Radiologic evaluation of the normal and diseased posterior cervical space.

Abstract

The posterior cervical space seen on cross-sectional imaging of the neck constitutes most of the posterior triangle seen on clinical examination. Although triangular anatomy relates best to the surface perspective of the clinician, a spatial approach to anatomy works better for the radiologist viewing axial images. The posterior cervical space is defined as… (More)

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@article{Parker1991RadiologicEO, title={Radiologic evaluation of the normal and diseased posterior cervical space.}, author={G. D. Parker and H. Ric Harnsberger}, journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology}, year={1991}, volume={157 1}, pages={161-5} }