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Head and neckHead and neckHead and neck 

Chapter:
Head and neck
DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199296613.003.0009

Section editor

Chris Johnson

Contributors

Stephen Hearns, Annabel Nickol, Paul Cooper, Daniel Morris, and David Geddes

Anatomy - Minor injuries to head and neck - Fractured facial bones - Cervical spine injuries - Head injury - Blackouts, syncope, and epilepsy - Migraine - Sleep disturbances - The eye - Ear problems - Nasal problems - Upper respiratory tract

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