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Clay Shovelers fracture

This usually refers to a fracture of the spinous process seen involving the lower cervical spine, usually C7. Initially described in workers who used to shovel clay and during the throwing phase, the clay may stick to the shovel jerking the trapezius or other muscles which are attached to the cervical spinous processes resulting in an avulsion fracture. This fracture may also occur with a whiplash injury or injuries that displace the arms upwards, neck hyperflexion, or a direct blow to the spinous process.

Ablation of Residual Normal Thyroid Tissue

In the management of differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC) ablation of thyroid remnants with 131I aims to destroy all residual normal thyroid tissue. Total (or near-total) thyroidectomy will permit this to be achieved with a modest administered activity. Remnant ablation after lobectomy is more difficult and a repeat administration may be required. Ablation of a large remnant may cause radiation thyroiditis with neck pain and swelling. Furthermore thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels may fail to rise above 30mU L following hormone withdrawal, resulting in suboptimal 131I uptake.

Injury to the cervical spine

The cervical spine can be cleared clinically only in the fully conscious, unintoxicated and cooperative patient in whom there is no neck pain, no bony tenderness, no abnormal neurology, no distracting injuries and pain free full range of neck movements. Sedative drugs alcohol Neck pain swelling tender Distracting pain Neurological deficit

Clinical Features

PAM is an acute, rapidly progressing illness. It is characterized by bifrontal or bitemporal headaches, fever, nausea, vomiting and stiff neck. The symptoms progress rapidly, leading to lethargy, confusion, coma and, in most cases, to death in a few hours. Seizures, and sometimes abnormalities in taste or smell and ataxia, may be seen. Nuchal rigidity with positive Kernig's and Brudzinski's signs may be present. Photophobia may be present late in the clinical course. Palsies involving the third, fourth and sixth cranial nerves may also be present in some patients and indicate brain edema and herniations. Raised intracranial pressure has been reported in the majority of patients. Cardiac rhythm abnormalities detected by ECG have been found in some cases. The peripheral white blood cell count is course (Anzil et al., 1991 Martinez and Visves-vara, 1997). GAE has a clinical picture that mimics a single or multiple space-occupying lesion. Localizing neurologic signs and symptoms, such as...


The key elements of history helping to distinguish thyroid cancer from other causes of a thyroid nodule relate to the known risk factors. These include age 70, external irradiation to the neck during childhood or adolescence, family history of thyroid cancer (seen in medullary cancer of the thyroid or multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2). The presence of an accompanying hoarse voice, dyspha-gia or neck pain, rapid nodule enlargement, symptoms of compression, including stridor and dyspnea, or enlarged lymph nodes are signs of potential invasion of the cancer to local structures 7 .

Question 2

During assessment for a general anaesthetic she reports a painful, stiff neck. On examination, neck movement is severely restricted and precipitates pain and paraesthesia in the right arm. A lateral cervical spine X-ray and MRI scan of the neck were performed.

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