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Jefferson Fracture

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Jefferson Fracture

History: 27 year old female involved in high speed motor vehicle accident.

Findings: Selected axial CT images in bone window show multiple fractures of C1 including bilateral anteriolateral fractures with no displacement of left lateral mass and moderate displacement of the right lateral mass best visualized on the coronal reformatted images. There is also a comminuted fracture in the right posteriolateral portion of the c1 ring with a small, triangular fragment abutting, but not compromising the thecal sac.

Ddx: Fracture

Dxhow: NA

Exam: Patient presented to ED with GCS of 12, no focal neurologic findings, as well as multiple abrasions and minor lacerations on all extremeties and the face.

No MeSH data available.


Selected axial CT images in bone window.
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Jefferson Fracture

Bass ECB - MedPix

Selected axial CT images in bone window.
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MPX1038_synpic20727: Selected axial CT images in bone window.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Jefferson Fracture

History: 27 year old female involved in high speed motor vehicle accident.

Findings: Selected axial CT images in bone window show multiple fractures of C1 including bilateral anteriolateral fractures with no displacement of left lateral mass and moderate displacement of the right lateral mass best visualized on the coronal reformatted images. There is also a comminuted fracture in the right posteriolateral portion of the c1 ring with a small, triangular fragment abutting, but not compromising the thecal sac.

Ddx: Fracture

Dxhow: NA

Exam: Patient presented to ED with GCS of 12, no focal neurologic findings, as well as multiple abrasions and minor lacerations on all extremeties and the face.

No MeSH data available.