Case report| Volume 22, ISSUE 2, P158-159, March 1991

An alarming degree of posterior dislocation in fracture of the odontoid process without important neurological injury

  • R. Das-Gupta
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    Surgical Unit, The London Hospital, Whitechapel, London, UK
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