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2. Initial Closed Reduction of Cervical Spinal Fracture-Dislocation Injuries (Full text)

and making assessment and treatment decisions: a multicenter reliability study . Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ) . 2009 ; 38 ( 10 ): E156 – E161 . 36. Vaccaro AR , An HS , Lin S , Sun S , Balderston RA , Cotler JM Noncontiguous injuries of the spine . J Spinal Disord . 1992 ; 5 ( 3 ): 320 – 329 . 37. Hadley MN , Argires P The acute/emergent management of vertebral column fracture dislocation injuries: neurological emergencies . Neurosurgical Emergencies Volume II: 249-262 . American Association (...) of the cervical spine in awake patients is recommended. Closed reduction in patients with an additional rostral injury is not recommended. Magnetic resonance imaging is recommended for patients with cervical spinal fracture dislocation injuries if they cannot be examined during closed reduction because of altered mental status or before either anterior or posterior surgical procedures when closed reduction has failed. Prereduction magnetic resonance imaging performed in patients with cervical fracture

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