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Occipital Condyle Fractures

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Occipital Condyle Fractures

History: 22yo M transported to the emergency department after a motorcycle accident. The head CT showed multiple intraparenchymal bleeds and small subarachnoid bleed. No other fractures of the cervical spine identified. Patient was monitored non-operatively by a hard collar. He developed a right cranial VI nerve palsy two days after the accident due to hemorrhage related to the fracture.

Findings: Axial and coronal CT of the head and cervical spine demonstrating a R Occipital condyle fracture.

Ddx: Occipital condylar fracture Type I, II, or III

Dxhow: CT

Exam: R cranial nerve VI palsy

No MeSH data available.


Non-contrast CT axial view demonstrates a R occipital condyle fracture at the arrow. There is also a small amount of hemorrhage tracking posterior to the fracture.
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MPX1035_synpic21867: Non-contrast CT axial view demonstrates a R occipital condyle fracture at the arrow. There is also a small amount of hemorrhage tracking posterior to the fracture.


Occipital Condyle Fractures

Bryant LRB - MedPix

Non-contrast CT axial view demonstrates a R occipital condyle fracture at the arrow. There is also a small amount of hemorrhage tracking posterior to the fracture.
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MPX1035_synpic21867: Non-contrast CT axial view demonstrates a R occipital condyle fracture at the arrow. There is also a small amount of hemorrhage tracking posterior to the fracture.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Occipital Condyle Fractures

History: 22yo M transported to the emergency department after a motorcycle accident. The head CT showed multiple intraparenchymal bleeds and small subarachnoid bleed. No other fractures of the cervical spine identified. Patient was monitored non-operatively by a hard collar. He developed a right cranial VI nerve palsy two days after the accident due to hemorrhage related to the fracture.

Findings: Axial and coronal CT of the head and cervical spine demonstrating a R Occipital condyle fracture.

Ddx: Occipital condylar fracture Type I, II, or III

Dxhow: CT

Exam: R cranial nerve VI palsy

No MeSH data available.