Long-term corticosteroids and cervical subluxation in non-rheumatoid patients.

Abstract

Forty-five non-rheumatoid patients with chronic chest disease were examined radiographically for evidence of cervical subluxation. Twenty-six patients had received continuous corticosteroids for periods of between two and 20 years. The remainder (19 patients) had never been treated with steroids and acted as controls. There was no difference in atlanto… (More)

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@article{Rudge1981LongtermCA, title={Long-term corticosteroids and cervical subluxation in non-rheumatoid patients.}, author={Susie Rudge and Paul Leslie Drury and Jeffrey Lloyd-Jones}, journal={Rheumatology and rehabilitation}, year={1981}, volume={20 2}, pages={102-5} }