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Surgical Therapy to Atlantoaxial Instability Público Deposited

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Dufeau, David, and Cooke, Paul. Surgical Therapy to Atlantoaxial Instability. . 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/295b7c46-286b-4570-967a-17e1d720f73c?locale=pt-BR

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Dufeau, David, & Cooke, Paul. (2021). Surgical Therapy to Atlantoaxial Instability. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/295b7c46-286b-4570-967a-17e1d720f73c?locale=pt-BR

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Dufeau, David, and Cooke, Paul. Surgical Therapy to Atlantoaxial Instability. 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/295b7c46-286b-4570-967a-17e1d720f73c?locale=pt-BR

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Atlantoaxial instability (AAI) is a term that is used to describe instability at the atlantoaxial joint of the cervical spine. This is often from alar ligament instability causing the dens of the axis to be prone to move posterior or sublux. The inferior portion of the medulla oblongata and the superior portion of the spinal cord can be compressed by the posterior movement of the dens causing lifethreatening effects. In this presentation, a surgical therapy to atlantoaxial instability will be examined for the purpose of educating future medical students. We will specifically be examining AAI with spina-bifida occulta at C1

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