Case Reports in Orthopedics / 2016 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Surgical Treatment for Occipital Condyle Fracture, C1 Dislocation, and Cerebellar Contusion with Hemorrhage after Blunt Head Trauma

Figure 1

Images from a three-dimensional computed tomography (a), enhanced computed tomography (b and c), and magnetic resonance imaging (d and e) when the patient was first examined. The dislocated C1 that accompanied the occipital condyle fractures was intracranially impacted (a, b, and c). The left vertebral artery was not revealed by CT angiography (b and c). Cerebellar edema occurred due to traumatic hemorrhagic cerebellar contusions, which compresses the brainstem (d and e).

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