Imaging of the Cervical Spine and Its Role in Clinical Decision Making


ABSTRACT: Thorough imaging of the cervical spine often requires more than one test. The many available options from which to choose can often lead to redundancy and confusion  regarding the best test series. In an effort to make the process of choosing the most effective  imaging series more efficient, we review the current literature on cervical imaging and, from  the information gathered, construct a diagnostic imaging algorithm for evaluating the cervical  spine.

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R. Bryan Murphy, BS; S. Craig Humphreys, MD; Desmond L. Fisher, MD; Scott D. Hodges, DO;
Jason C. Eck, MS