1. H.K. Lyerly, J.W. Gaynor. The Handbook of Surgical Intensive Care, 3rd edition, 1992.
2. John H. Harris Jr., Stuart E. Mirvis. The Radiology of the Acute Cervical Spine Trauma, 3rd edition, 1996.
3. R.K. MacDonald, M.L. Schwartz, D. Mirich, P.W. Sharkey, W.R. Nelson. Diagnosis of cervical spine injury in motor vehicle crash victims: how many X-rays are enough? J Trauma 1990; 30: 392-397.
4. Emergency and Trauma Radiology, 2000. Categorical Course Syllabus, American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting.
5. Adam Greenspan. Orthopedic Radiology. A Practical Approach, 3rd edition, 2000. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia.
6. Mark S. Greenberg. Handbook of Neurosurgery, 5th edition, 2001.
7. R.H. Daffner. Thoracic and lumbar vertebral trauma. Orthopaedic Clinics of North America 1990; 21(3): 462-482.
8. P. Ford, J. Nolan. Cervical Spine Injury and Airway Management. Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology 2002; 15: 193-201.
9. S.B. Gay, R.J. Woodcock Jr. Radiology Recall, 2000.
10. N. Müller, Fraser, Colman, Pare. Radiologic Diagnosis of Disease of the Chest, 2001.
This page intentionally left blank
Was this article helpful?
Do You Suffer From High Blood Pressure? Do You Feel Like This Silent Killer Might Be Stalking You? Have you been diagnosed or pre-hypertension and hypertension? Then JOIN THE CROWD Nearly 1 in 3 adults in the United States suffer from High Blood Pressure and only 1 in 3 adults are actually aware that they have it.