The Triangle Model of Congenital Cervical Stenosis

@article{Jenkins2016TheTM,
  title={The Triangle Model of Congenital Cervical Stenosis},
  author={T. Jenkins and Harry Mai and Robert J. Burgmeier and J. Savage and A. Patel and W. Hsu},
  journal={SPINE},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={E242–E247}
}
STUDY DESIGN Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study OBJECTIVE.: Identify the pathoanatomical features of the cervical spine associated with congenital stenosis SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA.: Congenital cervical stenosis (CCS) describes a patient with a decreased spinal canal diameter at multiple levels of the cervical spine in the absence of degenerative changes. [...] Key Method Anatomic measurements obtained at each level (C3-C7) included: coronal vertebral body, AP vertebral body, pedicle width, pedicle length…Expand
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