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Todos haviam sofrido trauma de baixa energia. Sete pacientes foram inicialmente tratados de forma conservadora; um paciente piorou e teve que ser submetido a cirurgia 18 meses depois e outro morreu nas primeiras horas, o restante teve bom desempenho.

Trece pacientes del sexo masculino, promedio de edad de Tabla 1. Tabla 2. Figura 2A-C. Tablas 3 y 4. Bhatoe et al. Otros autores como La Rosa et al. Por otro lado autores como Dolan 44 , Chen 45 , Fehling 18 y Lenehan et al. Aunque las posibles complicaciones post operatoria pueden ser graves. Flexion and extension views are not cost-effective in a cervical spine clearance protocol for obtunded trauma patients.

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