The case : n radiologic case study Your diagnosis ?

@inproceedings{Silverstein2016TheC,
  title={The case : n radiologic case study Your diagnosis ?},
  author={Michael P. Silverstein and Santaram Vallurupalli and Scott Brigeman and Timothy A. Moore and Laura W. Bancroft},
  year={2016}
}
Figure: Axial (A) and sagittal 2-dimensional reconstruction (B) computed tomography scans. A 28-year-old man presented to a level 1 trauma center with significant cervical spine pain after sliding into third base during a softball game. He struck his head on the thigh of the defensive player and had immediate pain in his neck and arm. He reported no loss of consciousness, no transient tetraplegia/paraplegia, and no loss of bowel and bladder control. After initial imaging, enhanced computed… CONTINUE READING