Neck sprain

Known as: necks sprained, of neck sprain, cervical sprain 
Stretching or tearing of ligaments in the neck.
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2000
2000
Neck sprain is a general term denoting a soft tissue injury of the neck, which seldom causes major disability but is considered a… (More)
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1998
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1998
STUDY DESIGN A single-blinded, randomized treatment study with a follow-up period of 6 months. OBJECTIVE To study the long-term… (More)
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1998
1998
During the 25-year period 1970–1994 694 patients were diagnosed with neck sprain resulting from a car accident at the Emergency… (More)
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1997
1997
The present study was undertaken to evaluate if MRI within 2 days of a motor vehicle accident could reveal pathology of… (More)
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1996
1996
OBJECTIVE To map the extent of sick leave and number of claims made for health insurance among persons who had suffered neck… (More)
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1994
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1994
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to examine factors predictive of duration of work-related disability. METHODS… (More)
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1993
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1993
A comparative study of cervical spines from 16 subjects who died of major trauma and 16 control subjects who died of natural… (More)
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1993
1993
Neck sprain is characterised by 'soft tissue' lesions in the cervical discs, synovial joints, muscles and sometimes the nerve… (More)
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1990
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1990
Seven patients who had pain in the anterior aspect of the ankle were found to have a thickened distal fascicle of the… (More)
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1989
1989
In acute whiplash injuries, early physiotherapy has been shown to reduce pain and increase cervical movement, but the cost… (More)
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