By Douglas L. Brockmeyer
This article offers cutting-edge options for surgical procedure of the
craniovertebral junction and cervical backbone. It presents concise reasons of
the underlying rules of every process and insights into the original matters
in pediatric surgical procedure. With this whole source, you are going to achieve the forged
foundation in surgical suggestions essential to make serious medical judgements as
well because the technical wisdom and self assurance to hold them out.
- distinct motives illuminating the hyperlinks among
embryology and basic and irregular improvement of the craniovertebral junction
and cervical backbone
- In-depth dialogue of the problems and strategies
all in favour of either atlantoaxial and occipitocervical surgical procedure in little ones
- a complete bankruptcy dedicated to handling craniocervical
stipulations of sufferers with Down Syndrome
- An exam of annoying accidents of the
craniocervical junction in childrens
- greater than a hundred step by step illustrations demonstrating
key surgical options
This comfortably available textual content can be a priceless asset in
the library of physicians coping with and treating craniocervical stipulations, from
the such a lot skilled pediatric neurosurgeon to citizens within the early phases in their careers.
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J Neurosurg 1994;81:43–48 50. Currarino G, Rollins N, Diehl JT. Congenital defects of the posterior arch of the atlas: a report of seven cases including an affected mother and son. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 1994;15:249–254 2 Clinical Biomechanics of the Pediatric Craniocervical Junction and Subaxial Spine Marcus L. Ware, Nalin Gupta, Peter P. Sun, and Douglas L. 1 The most important clinical concept regarding the biomechanics of the spine is that of stability. ” This definition allows the clinician to make interpretations based on the initial injury as well as the known natural history of certain injuries and conditions.
Unilateral failures have also been described and could be attributed to unilateral somitic aplasia—absence of one side of the anterior atlas arch (unilateral failure of the hypochordal bow) or posterior arch [unilateral aplasia of the first cervical sclerotome (somite 4)]. Dubousset43 has described three varieties of atlas hypoplasia: type I involves an isolated hemiatlas; type II represents a hemiatlas with congenital cervical vertebral fusions; and type III is a partial or complete atlanto-occipital fusion with uni- or bilateral atlas aplasia.
Advanced Pediatric Craniocervical Surgery by Douglas L. Brockmeyer