C-2277 - Broken spine: How can I make my report useful?
C-2277 - Broken spine: How can I make my report useful?M. Rodriguez Fuentes1, I. GONZALEZ GARCIA2, G. Nieves Perdomo3, S. Acosta González4, M. Sánchez de Lorenzo-Cáceres3, J. sarmiento herrera3; 1 Sta.Cruz de Tenerife/ES 2 LA LAGUNA/ES 3 Santa Cruz de Tenerife/ES 4 La Laguna/ES Type: Educational Exhibit
Area of Interests: Neuroradiology spine, Emergency, Trauma
Imaging Techniques: CT, MR
Procedures: Decision analysis, Diagnostic procedure
Special Focus: Trauma
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Learning objectives: To review classifications of thoracolumbar fractures focusing in TLICS (Thoracolumbar Injury Classification and Severity Scale) illustrating with cases of our centre.
Background: The key point to determine the best therapy to a patient with spinal trauma is the mechanical stability. This is known as the ability to prevent the development of neurological damage and progressive deformity. Stability depends on bone and soft tissue integrity. There have been plenty of cla[...]
Findings and procedure details: The spinal motion segment is the principle functional unit of the spine and consists of two vertebrae and the interconnecting soft tissues. It is compounded of an anterior and a posterior part: Anterior: two vertebral bodies, disc, common anterior ligament and common posterior ligament. It support[...]
Conclusion: Classifications of spinal fractures are suffering continous changes trying to achieve a model with a good anatomical description of injury and easy to apply on daily practise. The radiologist must have a wide knowledge of spine anatomy, knowing what to look for in every case to elaborate an useful[...]
Personal information: Maria Adela Rodriguez-Fuentes PhD, Department of Radiology, Hospital Universitario de Canarias, Tenerife, Spain; email@example.com Ignacio Gonzalez Garcia PhD, Department of Radiology, Hospital Universitario de Canarias, Tenerife, Spain; firstname.lastname@example.org Glenis Nieves[...]
References: 1. AOSpine Thoracolumbar Classification System an AOSpine Knowledge Forum Trauma initiaive. www.aospine.org/TLclassification 2. American Spinal Injury Association-ASIA. Standards for Neurological Classification of SCI Worksheet. ASIA Store; 2006. www.asiaspinalinjury.org/publications/200[...]