Craniocervical bone pneumatisation

  title={Craniocervical bone pneumatisation},
  author={David James Sadler and Gabriel Doyle and Kathleen Steele Hall and Peter J. M. Crawford},
We report a case of extensive craniocervical bone pneumatisation presenting after minor trauma. The patient had neurological signs and initial radiographs showed multiple lucencies in the skull base and the atlas vertebra. CT established the true nature of this rare condition. 
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