A cervical Vertebral Fracture is a breakage of the neck bones, specifically one of the seven cervical vertebrae. A Cervical Vertebral Fracture most often occurs after a large amount of force is applied to the neck as in a car accident or a sports collision. A Cervical Vertebral Fracture is a serious injury that can result in permanent or temporary paralysis or even death because of further damage to the spinal cord. Treatment for this neck trauma can range from the wearing of a neck brace to serious surgery.
Cervical Vertebral Fracture Bioinformatics Tool
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