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Lateral radiograph of the cervical spine demonstrates a compression fracture of the C5 vertebra (arrow). A retropulsed fragment impinges on the spinal canal. occiput and the posterior tubercle of C1, known as the atlanto-occipital distance (Fig. 2-6), which is quite vari able from individual to individual. Head extension is limited by the abutment of the occiput to the posterior tubercle of C1. It has been proposed that a shorter atlanto-occipital distance decreases the effectiveness of A PSEUDOFRACTURES OF C2 AND DENS.
Pertinent Imaging Pathology V. Conclusions VI. Clinical Pearls IV. Cross-sectional Anatomy and Pathology: Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging A. Midface B. Nose and Nasal Cavity I. INTRODUCTION Interpretation of radiologic studies is not usually in the domain of anesthesiologists. However, imaging studies can provide a wealth of information regarding the airway. This information can be aptly used for formulating an anesthetic plan. Currently, radiology is not part of the curriculum of any anesthesia residency training program; for this reason, most anesthesiologists have only rudi mentary skills in the interpretation of radiologic studies.
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Benumof and Hagberg's Airway Management by Carin A. Hagberg MD