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Patients with craniocervical disorders (CCD) show a wide variety of symptoms and signs suggesting cerebellar and/or high cervical lesion. The anatomic localization of respiratory centers and their(More)
OBJECT Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion had been considered a safe and effective procedure for radiculopathy and myelopathy in the cervical spine, but degeneration in adjacent spinal levels(More)
The upward odontoid displacement observed in basilar invagination (BI) is generally associated with a horizontal clivus and craniocervical kyphosis, conditions that exert ventral compression at the(More)
OBJECT The main objective was to study the epidemiological data obtained in patients with cervical spinal trauma (CST) in the north area of São Paulo City between 1997 and 2006. METHODS All(More)