subaxial


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subaxial

(sʌbˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy below an axis of the body
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Surgical anatomic evaluation of cervical uncinate process for ventral and ventrolateral subaxial decompression.
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.
The model is aimed at approximating the circulation and equilibration of fresh seawater in a young mid-ocean ridge crust, where seawater reacts with unaltered basalts along a prograde temperature path covering a vertical section from the seafloor to the top of the subaxial magma chamber.
Three of the more popular spinal classification systems are the Thoracolumbar Injury Classification and Severity Score (TLICS), Subaxial Cervical Spine Injury Classification and Severity Score (SLIC), and Denis' three-column model.
Sprains to the subaxial cervical spine in adolescents have been reported from our institution previously.
Forestier's disease Massive anterior Massive anterior longitudinal longitudinal ligament ligament (ALL) calcifcation with calcifcation with bridge on the bridge on the anterior border of anterior border of the thoracic and the thoracic and subaxial cervical subaxial cervical spine.
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.
Donaldson, "Incidence of subaxial subluxation in patients with generalized rheumatoid arthritis who have had previous occipital cervical fusions," Spine, vol.
One case presented at the thoracolumbar junction (29) and the second case at the subaxial cervical spine.