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Chapter 12 

Chapter 12
Chapter 12

Bruce Lehnert

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date: 28 June 2022

This chapter describes a case of craniocervical dissociation in a patient involved in a motor vehicle crash. The etiology and imaging workup for this injury are described. Injury pattern classification and key imaging features on radiographs, CT, and MRI are detailed. Brief discussion is also made of management options. Key learning points are highlighted.

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