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9,190 Possible Causes for CT, Cervical, Spine, WO, contrast

  • Spinal Trauma

    Clin Orthop 1975; 109:85–95White, AA Johnson, RM Panjabi, MM Southwick, WO Johnson RM, Wolf JW: Stability, The Cervical Spine.[] CT scan also significantly decreased the time to TLS clearance from 12 hours to 48 hours to approximately 3 hours with CT scan.[] The UCSF Spine Center brings together experts in orthopedics, neurosurgery, physiatry and other related areas to treat spine trauma or injuries to bones in the spine, spinal[] Cervical Distraction Test.[] […] adequately assessed with CT for surgical decision making by spine surgeons [ 1 ], due to its increased availability in the emergency settings and its inherently superior contrast[]

  • Esophageal Perforation

    J Pediatr Surg 2000; 35:680–683 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Holcomb GW, Richards WO, Riedel BD. Laparoscopic esophagomyotomy for achalasia in children.[] FDG PET/CT showed intense FDG uptake of the thickened esophageal wall mimicking malignancy.[] J Neurosurg Spine. 2016 Sep;25(3):285-91. doi: 10.3171/2016.1.SPINE15898. Epub 2016 Apr 15.[] KEYWORDS: Anterior cervical corpectomy; Cervical spine; Esophageal perforation; Hematoma; Screw pullout[] However, when evaluation is difficult owing to the previous use of barium as a contrast medium, 3-dimensional CT may facilitate accurate diagnosis.[]

  • Cervical Spine Fracture

    Spitzer WO, Skovron ML, Salmi LR, et al. Scientific monograph of the Quebec Task Force on Whiplash-Associated Disorders: redefining "whiplash" and its management.[] Of the 3,080 CT examinations, 2,884 were interpreted as negative for fracture and 196 as positive.[] Even if symptoms are limited to the cervical spine, motor vehicle accident victims should have the whole spine examined if a cervical spine fracture is demonstrated.[] Abstract Rupture of the cervical esophagus and trachea secondary to cervical spine fracture-dislocation occurs rarely.[] Both patients had negative positive contrast esophagograms . This complication of cervical spine injury is extremely rare, and diagnosis can be difficult.[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    […] cervical (neck) spine Stenosis of cervical (neck) spine region Stenosis of cervical spine region Stenosis of cervical spine without myelopathy Stenosis of cervical spine wo[] We outlined 2 types of ct-TSS lesions-adjacent and skip lesions.[] Exercises that help extend and flex your spine can help to increase the size of your passageways to wear the nerves travel and exit the spine.[] When the contrast covered all of the stenosis levels, this was considered a sufficient distribution (SD) and when the contrast did not cover all stenosis levels, this was[] Kreiner DS, Shaffer WO, Baisden JL, et al. An evidence-based clinical guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis (update).[]

  • Lumbar Discography

    Patients studied had prior negative evaluations, including EMG, CT scanning, and/or metrizamide myelography.[] The discs are soft, cushion-like pads, which separate the hard vertebral bones of your spine.[] You will lie on your back for cervical discography, or on your stomach for thoracic and lumbar discography. Your skin will then be cleansed with an antiseptic solution.[] OBJECTIVE: Report a case of intravascular contrast injection during lumbar discography. SETTING: An academic University spine center.[] Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection Cervical epidural steroid injections are used for the treatment of chronic pain stemming from the cervical spine.[]

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  • Vertebral Artery Dissection

    Il grafico mostra l'andamento del dato citazionale di SCOPUS/WOS.[] KEYWORDS: Vertebral artery dissection; high-resolution cone-beam CT; medullary infarction; perforator[] Based on "dangerous mechanism of injury" from the Canadian cervical spine rule as being a high risk factor, the physical therapist ordered radiographs of the cervical spine[] […] are hyperdense on CT, this finding is better appreciated on non contrast sequences which are often done prior to the CTA).[] Abstract Cervical spine manipulation (CSM) is a commonly spinal manipulative therapies for the relief of cervical spine-related conditions worldwide, but its use remains controversial[]

  • Osteoblastoma

    Alani WO, Bartal E (1987) Osteoid osteoma of the femoral neck simulating an inflammatory synovitis. Clin Orthop 223:308 Google Scholar 2.[] High-resolution thin-slice CT images of the lesion as part of the PET/CT study help to characterize its morphology and extension, thus facilitating biopsy planning and resection[] Abstract An osteoblastoma is a benign bone lesion most commonly affecting the spine; it is frequently found in the posterior elements of the vertebra.[] Cervical spine is an usual localization of osteoblastoma.[] CT examination performed with the intravenous administration of contrast agent poses a risk of an allergic reaction to contrast material.[]

  • Herniated Disc

    White AA, III, Southwick WO, Deponte RJ, et al. Relief of pain by anterior cervical-spine fusion for spondylosis. A report of sixty-five patients.[] Size of the herniated disc material in CT decreased significantly only in the traction group.[] Herniated discs in the lumbar spine can cause a great deal of lower back pain and leg pain. The Lumbar (Lower) Spine Between each vertebra in the spine is a disc.[] […] safety and effectiveness of these treatments, and provide a rational approach for the therapy of symptomatic intervertebral disc herniation in cervical and lumbar spine.[] […] been influenced by an initial radiological interpretation that did not include herniated disc in the differential diagnosis of a spinal lesion with prominent peripheral contrast[]

  • Cervical Herniated Disc

    White AA, III, Southwick WO, Deponte RJ, et al. Relief of pain by anterior cervical-spine fusion for spondylosis. A report of sixty-five patients.[] CT or MRI can identify the herniated disc and establish which adjacent structures are damaged.[] To understand the cervical spine is to understand the anatomy of the cervical spine .[] These tests may include X-rays, MRI or CT scans, electromyography to measure nerve impulses and a myelogram, in which contrast dye illuminates the structures of the neck region[] It may or may not be performed with a dye (contrast agent) injected into your bloodstream. This test is especially useful for confirming which disc is damaged.[]

  • Radiculopathy

    Southwick WO, Robinson RA. Surgical approaches to the vertebral bodies in the cervical and lumbar regions. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1957;39:631. White AA, Panjabi MM.[] Para-sagittal CT and MRI, rotational dynamic CT, and nerve root block were effective for diagnosis.[] Problems occur with nerve root impingement or any nerve root in the cervical spine is inflamed or irritated through compression.[] Abstract To access the effectiveness and safety of cervical spine manipulation for cervical radiculopathy.[] After the initial examination, the diagnosis of lumbar radiculopathy can be supported by electrodiagnosis, MRI, CT scans, and/or contrast myelography.[]

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