subaxial


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subaxial

(sʌbˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy below an axis of the body
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Considering first the cranial then the thoracolumbar spine, they discuss such aspects as complications of subaxial lateral mass screw fixation, ectopic ossification following anterior cervical discectomy and fusion or disc replacement, interspinous process fusion plate complications, complications of anterior lumbar interbody fusion with polyether ether ketone spacers, and removing and revising broken thoracolumbar screws.
Inclusion criteria were subaxial spine injury with subluxation and unstable subaxial injury.
Cervical injuries scored according to the Subaxial Injury Classification system: An analysis of the literature.
Reliability of classification systems for subaxial cervical injuries.
One case presented at the thoracolumbar junction (29) and the second case at the subaxial cervical spine.
Tarasov & Solodovnikov (2011) describieron el esclerito elongado como un complejo de escleritos, denominados por estos autores como esclerito axial y subaxiales, que en Onthophagini, estan formados por un esclerito axial y tres escleritos subaxiales diferentes, mientras que en Onitini y Coprini los escleritos subaxial 2 y 3 estan fusionados; en el mismo estudio diferentes caracteres del organo genital se codificaron para un analisis filogenetico con el resultado de que estos fueron los mas informativos en la filogenia del grupo.
Complications of posterior articular mass plate fixation of the subaxial cervical spine in 43 consecutive patients.
Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
Radiographs were reviewed for the following features: loss of cervical lordosis, odontoid process erosion, anterior atlantoaxial subluxation, C1-C2 arthritis, atlantoaxial impaction, inflammation of disc, apophyseal joint arthritis, anterior ankylosis, apophyseal joint ankylosis, anterior and posterior subaxial subluxation and growth disturbances.
Pediatric subaxial cervical spine injuries: Origins, management, and outcome in 51 patients.
Comparative effectiveness of surgical versus nonoperative management of unilateral, nondisplaced, subaxial cervical spine facet fractures without evidence of spinal cord injury.
According to the Subaxial Cervical Injury Description System (SCIDS), bilateral facet dislocation is defined as a disruption of both facet joints in which the inferior articular processes of the cranial vertebra have translated anterosuperiorly over the superior articular processes of the caudal vertebra.