will present normal anatomy and embryology of the spine, especially as it is relevant to trauma, normal variations and congenital anomalies. The second part of the book deals with trauma, focusing on a systematic account of the various injuries encountered and each explained in terms of the mechanisms of the injury. Emphasis is placed on plain films, as this is the most important study for the cervical spine. CT and MRI are used to amplify findings. An indispensable resource for anyone dealing with the cervical spine.
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