Provides a comprehensive survey of the problems of the cervical spine. Experts in the field have contributed to this text on the management of the many problems generated by diseases and trauma to the cervical spine.By careful elicitation of a complete history of the patienta#39;s symptoms and pain, the physician must attempt to correlate these symptoms to ... Neck pain or cervical strain is the most common clinical manifestation of underlying cervical spondylotic disease and can be the most ... Bogduk, however, has shown that the greater occipital nerve does not pierce the trapezius muscle, and therefore it is unclearanbsp;...
|Title||:||Surgery of the Cervical Spine|
|Author||:||Howard S An, J Michael Simpson|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-01-01|