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Traumatically induced vertebral artery occlusion associated with cervical spine injuries: prospective study using magnetic resonance angiography



Traumatically induced vertebral artery occlusion associated with cervical spine injuries: prospective study using magnetic resonance angiography



Spine 30(17): 1955-1962



Study Design. A prospective study using magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) on a consecutive cohort of patients with cervical spine injuries.Objective. To investigate clinical and radiographic features of vertebral artery injury/occlusion associated with nonpenetrating cervical spine trauma.Summary of Background Data. With the popularization of MRA, vertebral artery injury has been a common complication of cervical spine trauma.

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PMID: 16135985

DOI: 10.1097/01.brs.0000176186.64276.d4


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