The injured canine cervical spine after six months of healing. An in vitro three-dimensional study.


The cervical spine is a common site of spinal injuries. The stability of an injured cervical spine is not only dependent on injury severity, but also on the degree of healing time. Using a canine model, three injuries of varying degrees of severity were surgically produced at the C4-C5 level and allowed to heal for 6 months. No internal or external support… (More)


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