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Infarction of the spinal cord in childhood is rarely due to trauma. During a 15-year period (1971 to 1985), eight children were admitted to The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, with a diagnosis of traumatic infarction of the spinal cord. All of these patients had delayed onset of neurological signs varying between 2 hours and 4 days after their initial(More)
Amongst the many patients with persisting neck pain and headache following cervical injuries are a small number in whom the mechanism is compression of the second cervical nerve root and ganglion. This paper describes the clinical features in 14 patients seen by the author. The main features are unilateral pain in the upper cervical and occipital region,(More)
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