Case Report : A case report of unstable Hangman fracture in a eighty year

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Herein we discuss a rare variant of hangman’s fracture in an eighty year old male presenting without any neurological deficits. We performed X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the cervical spine to confirm the diagnosis. The patient was placed on a cervical traction which showed good reduction. We performed posterior occipitocervical fusion with… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ratan2016CaseR, title={Case Report : A case report of unstable Hangman fracture in a eighty year}, author={Rajiv R Ratan and Virendra Deo Sinha and Amit Chakrabarty and Sunil Munakomi and Binod Bhattarai}, year={2016} }