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The Journal of the Chugoku-Shikoku Orthopaedic Association
Fracture or dislocation of the cervical spine often causes a severe degree of palsy. Fortunately, there exist some cases with little or no palsy of the spinal cord, in spite of fracture or dislocation of the spine. In such cases, extremely atraumatic manipulation should be taken in reducing the dislocation, so as not to aggravate the palsy. We have experienced five such cases of fracture or dislocation of the cervical spine with little or no palsy. The purpose of this study is to describe thedoi:10.11360/jcsoa1989.3.279 fatcat:rxhxrl4mxnh7zlwebk7crw5c4m