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A case report of a congenital cleft of the anterior atlas arch: a rare variant of the atlas mimicking fracture
Congenital anterior midline clefts of the atlas are rare developmental anomalies with only a few reported cases in the literature. This normal variant of the atlas results when the anterior arch fails to fuse during the ossification process. Series of cadaveric dissections have demonstrated anterior midline atlas clefts in 0.1 -0.2% of the general population.
Rehabilitation of the older patient: a case report
The likelihood of encountering a disabled older patient in clinical practice will dramatically increase over the next few years due to our aging population. Whether the disability is a result of a post-traumatic injury or the consequences of a degenerative process, it is important to understand the health care needs of this rapidly growing segment
The integration of a surface electromyography in the clinical decision making process: a case report
Objective: To demonstrate how the findings of surface electromyography (S.E.M.G.) were integrated into the clinical decision-making process. Clinical Features: This is a retrospective review of the file of a 27-year-old male suffering from mechanical low back pain. He was evaluated on 3 separate occasions over a 3 year period. History, radiography, functional outcome studies, visual-numerical