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Short Segment Rigid Fixation for a Patient of Basilar Invagination and Assimilated C1 With Quadriparesis
Iranian Journal of Neurosurgery
& Importance: Atlas assimilation is the congenital Atlas fusion with the base of the occipital bone. Case Presentation: A patient was presented with neck pain, dysaesthesia and tingling of hands and feet and difficulty in walking for 4 years. On examinations, the patient had a short neck with rigidity in neck muscles and there were exaggerated jerks with bilateral Babinski sign. Cervical spinal x-ray indicated basilar invagination with the absence of a C1 arch and CT scan of the cervical spinedoi:10.32598/irjns.5.3.7 fatcat:adj4lthc6veevltxnzar4rgbjq