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Clinical Imaging of Spinal Trauma
A Case-Based Approach

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Zoran Rumboldt, Eytan Raz, Russel Chapin, Alessandro Cianfoni, Vikas Agarwal, Gregory A. Vorona, Stephen R. Love, Stephen P. Kalhorn, Abhay Varma, Hrvoje Vavro, Doris Dodig, Emanuele Pravata, Daniela Distefano, Alisa Sumkin, Giulio Zuccoli, Orrie Close, Michael Paul Yannes
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  • Date Published: March 2018
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  • isbn: 9781108679619

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  • Delayed recognition of an injury or improper stabilization of the spine can lead to irreversible spinal cord injury and permanent neurological damage. This highly illustrated resource chronicles the rapid developments in imaging technology and expertise over the past decades that have transformed the medical management of vertebral injury, including thoracolumbar trauma classification. With over 250 CT and MRI images, this essential text is designed to aid both trainees and practicing physicians in making rapid and accurate diagnoses to patients with spinal trauma and provide appropriate care. This clear, concise, case-based resource will serve as a guide and learning source for trainees as well as an easily navigable reference for medical practitioners that can be essential to establishing the presence of an acute spinal injury.

    • Includes over 250, high quality CT and MRI images that are systematically organised so the reader can find what they are looking for with ease
    • Contains detailed reviews alongside the images, which can be critical in deciding whether an acute spinal injury is present or not
    • The most recent and expansive book on the subject of imaging in spinal trauma
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    • Date Published: March 2018
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781108679619
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Normal Variants and Mimickers:
    1. Vascular channels Zoran Rumboldt
    2. Pars defects Eytan Raz and Zoran Rumboldt
    3. Unfused C1 arches Russel Chapin
    4. Ponticulus posticus Russel Chapin and Zoran Rumboldt
    5. Os Odontoideum Russel Chapin and Zoran Rumboldt
    6. Limbus vertebra Russel Chapin
    7. Nuchal ligament ossification Russel Chapin
    8. CT motion artifacts Alessandro Cianfoni
    Part II. Recommendations, Pitfalls and Controversies:
    9. When and how to scan Vikas Agarwal
    10. Role of plain films Gregory A. Vorona and Eytan Raz
    11. CT streak artifacts Zoran Rumboldt
    12. MRI after a negative CT Stephen R. Love and Stephen P. Kalhorn
    13. Stable and unstable injuries Abhay Varma and Alessandro Cianfoni
    14. Whiplash injury Abhay Varma and Stephen P. Kalhorn
    15. Findings likely to be missed Zoran Rumboldt
    Part III. Trauma to Uncompromised Spine:
    16. Simple compression fracture Hrvoje Vavro
    17. Occipital condyle fracture Russel Chapin and Hrvoje Vavro
    18. C1 lateral mass fracture Doris Dodig
    19. Anterior or posterior atlas fractures Doris Dodig and Zoran Rumboldt
    20. Odontoid fractures types 1 and 3 Doris Dodig and Abhay Varma
    21. Unilateral facet dislocation Zoran Rumboldt
    22. Isolated fracture of the lamina Zoran Rumboldt
    23. Isolated transverse process fracture Zoran Rumboldt
    24. Isolated spinous process fracture Doris Dodig
    25. Vertebral body edema/microfracture Emanuele Pravata
    26. Jefferson's fracture Russel Chapin
    27. Burst fractures at other levels Hrvoje Vavro and Zoran Rumboldt
    28. Odontoid fracture Type 2 Daniela Distefano and Alessandro Cianfoni
    29. Hangman's fracture Emanuele Pravata
    30. Bilateral facet dislocation Hrvoje Vavro and Abhay Varma
    31. Chance-like fracture Zoran Rumboldt and Hrvoje Vavro
    32. Flexion teardrop fracture Emanuele Pravata
    33. Extension teardrop fracture Hrvoje Vavro and Zoran Rumboldt
    34. Spinal cord injury Vikas Agarwal and Abhay Varma
    35. Nerve root avulsion Daniela Distefano and Abhay Varma
    36. Subarachnoid hemorrhage Zoran Rumboldt
    37. Subdural hematoma Daniela Distefano
    38. Epidural hematoma Emanuele Pravata
    39. Disk herniation Eytan Raz and Abhay Varma
    40. Vertebral artery injury Vikas Agarwal and Alessandro Cianfoni
    41. Ligamentous injury Doris Dodig and Zoran Rumboldt
    42. Penetrating injuries Zoran Rumboldt and Abhay Varma
    Part IV. Thoracolumbar Trauma Classification:
    43. TLICS scoring and compression/burst injury Vikas Agarwal and Russel Chapin
    44. TLICS translation/rotational injury Russel Chapin and Zoran Rumboldt
    45. TLICS distraction injury Russel Chapin
    Part V. Specifics of Pediatric Spinal Trauma:
    46. Specific pitfalls and measurements Alisa Sumkin and Giulio Zuccoli
    47. SCIWORA Orrie Close and Giulio Zuccoli
    48. Atlanto-occipital dislocation Michael Paul Yannes and Zoran Rumboldt
    49. Atlanto-axial distraction Michael Paul Yannes and Giulio Zuccoli
    50. Atlanto-axial rotatory subluxation Giulio Zuccoli and Alessandro Cianfoni
    51. Osteogenesis Imperfecta Orrie Close and Giulio Zuccoli
    52. Abusive spinal injury Orrie Close and Zoran Rumboldt
    Part VI. Trauma to Compromised Spine:
    53. Malignant vertebral body compression fracture Alessandro Cianfoni
    54. Benign vertebral body compression fracture Alessandro Cianfoni
    55. Sacral insufficiency fracture Daniela Distefano
    56. Ankylosed spine fractures Russel Chapin.

  • Editors

    Zoran Rumboldt, Medical University of South Carolina
    Zoran Rumboldt, M.D., is a Professor of Radiology and serves as the Neuroradiology Section Chief and Fellowship Program Director at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. Dr Rumboldt has published over 90 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals. He has been an invited speaker at major national radiological meetings and has written over 30 review articles and book chapters. His book, Brain Imaging with MRI and CT Diagnosis: An Image Pattern Approach (Cambridge) was published in 2012. His primary research interests are in imaging of head and neck cancer, brain tumors, stroke and spinal disorders.

    Alessandro Cianfoni

    Abhay Varma

    Contributors

    Zoran Rumboldt, Eytan Raz, Russel Chapin, Alessandro Cianfoni, Vikas Agarwal, Gregory A. Vorona, Stephen R. Love, Stephen P. Kalhorn, Abhay Varma, Hrvoje Vavro, Doris Dodig, Emanuele Pravata, Daniela Distefano, Alisa Sumkin, Giulio Zuccoli, Orrie Close, Michael Paul Yannes

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