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Cervical injuries suffered in automobile crashes.
The National Crash Severity Study data in which occupants sustained severe, critical-to-life, or fatal cervical injuries were reviewed. Of passenger cars damaged severely enough to be towed from theExpand
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Cerebral angiography; a new technique; catheterization of the common carotid artery via the superficial temporal artery.
M ETHODS of catheterization of peripheral arteries have been developed in recent years and applied to both physiologic studies4,7,8,1l and intra-arterial injection of drugs. FractionatedExpand
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Post-traumatic porencephaly in infancy. A report of three unusual cases.
A good deal of confus ion exists concern ing the t e r m p o r e n c e p h a l y which was first used b y Hesch l s in his r epo r t in 1859. Pseudoporencepha ly 11 a n d v e n t r i c u l a r d iverExpand
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Myelographic demonstration of brachial plexus root avulsion.
Introduction Stretch injuries to the brachial plexus with permanent residual disability are relatively infrequent. However, each case usually results in severe functional impairment for the patientExpand
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Cervical fractures and fracture-dislocations sustained without head impact.
Because of its flexibility and structure, the cervical spine is disposed to various mechanisms of injury: although not so common as injuries caused by head impacts, cervical fractures and/orExpand
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Spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage caused by ependymoma of filum terminale.
In 1951 Fincher I presented a paper entitled "Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Intradural Tumors of the Lumbar Sac," based on 5 cases gathered from the literature and his personal records. TheExpand
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External carotid-cavernous sinus fistula diagnosed by common carotid arteriography. Case report.
✓ An external carotid-cavernous fistula diagnosed by serial common carotid arteriography is reported. The diagnosis was reached on the basis of the difference in time between filling of the distalExpand
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Electromyography in herniated lumbar disks.
The value of electromyography in the localization of lower motor neuron lesions has been well demonstrated. 7,8,17 However, there has been very little written about its usefulness in protruded lumbarExpand
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Myelographic demonstration of brachial plexus root avulsion.
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