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    The Cervical Spine is the most comprehensive, current, and authoritative reference on the cervical spine.  Prepared by internationally recognized members of The Cervical Spine Research Society Editorial Committee, the Fifth Edition presents new information, new technologies, and advances in clinical decision making.  The text provides state-of-the-art coverage of basic and clinical research, diagnostic methods, and medical and surgical treatments, bringing together the latest thinking of the foremost orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, neurologists, rheumatologists, radiologists, anatomists, and bioengineers.

    Chapters cover anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, neurologic and functional evaluation, and radiographic evaluation and address the full range of pediatric problems, fractures, spinal cord injuries, tumors, infections, inflammatory conditions, degenerative disorders, and complications.  Accompanying the text is a website with the fully searchable text plus a color image bank.

  • Specs
    Edition
    5
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781605477527
    Product Format
    HC-Printed Cover
    Trim Size
    8.375 x 10.875
    Pages
    1666
    Illustration
    1549
    Table
    5
    Publication Date
    August 29, 2012
    Weight
    8.95
  • About The Author(s)
    Edward C Benzel MD

    Editor & Chairman of the Cervical Spine Research Society;
    Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery;
    Staff, Center for Spine Health,
    Neurological Institute
    Cleveland Clinic
    Cleveland, Ohio

  • Features
    • Expanded coverage of complications
    • New sections on controversies, deformities, and new technologies in cervical spine surgery
    • Expert authors who are members of the Cervical Spine Research Society
    • Contains over 1,000 illustrations
    • The most complete and comprehensive coverage of cervical spine available
    • Companion website containing the fully searchable text, plus a color image bank
  • Table of contents

    SECTION I: Anatomy, Biomechanics and Clinical Implications

     

    1 Anatomy of the Cervical Spine

    John Louis-Ugbo, Frank X. Pedlow Jr., and John G. Heller

    2 Developmental Anatomy of the Normal Cervical Spine

    Anthony S. Lapinsky, Mark S. Eskander, and Henry H. Sherk

    3 Functional Anatomy of Joints, Ligaments, and Disks

    Alpesh A. Patel, William Ryan Spiker, and Alexander J. Ghanayem

    4 Cervical Spine Kinematics and Clinical Instability

    Paul C. Ivancic, Jir?í Dvor?ák, Vijay K. Goel, Todd A. Fairchild, Augustus A. White III, and Denis J. DiAngelo

    5 Mechanisms of Injury in the Cervical Spine: Basic Concepts, Biomechanical Modeling, Experimental Evidence, and Clinical Applications

    Mark S. Eskander and Jason C. Eck

    6 Biomechanics of Nonacute Cervical Spine Trauma

    Parmenion P. Tsitsopoulos and Alexander J. Ghanayem

    7 Cervical Orthoses and Cranioskeletal Traction

    Mark S. Eskander and Dahari D. Brooks

    8 Pain Mechanisms: Relevant Anatomy, Pathogenesis, and Clinical Implications

    Beth A. Winkelstein, Nadine Dunk, and James N. Weinstein

    9 The Nonoperative Treatment of Cervical Pain

    W. Evan Rivers, Christine M. Gagnon, and R. Norman Harden

     

    SECTION II: Neurologic and Functional Evaluation

     

    10 Neurologic and Functional Evaluation

    Seth M. Zeidman, Edward C. Benzel, and Virgilio Matheus

    11 Differential Diagnosis of the Cervical Spine: Spinal Masqueraders

    Ricky James Placide

    12 Neurologic Evaluation of the Cervical Spine

    Margarita Almeida El-Ramey, Maurice R. Hanson, and Nestor Galvez-Jimenez

    13 Anatomic Localization

    Gordon K.T. Chu and Michael G. Fehlings

    14 Neurologic Examination: Grading Scales

    Charles H. Tator

    15 Cervical Radiculopathy: Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis

    Michael P. Steinmetz, Edward C. Benzel, and Thomas E. Mroz

    16 Myelopathy: Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis

    Samir Lapsiwala and Gregory Trost

    17 Diagnosis of Cervical Spine Disorders: The Electrodiagnostic Examination

    Eric A.K. Mayer and Jinny Tavee

    18 Intraoperative Assessment of Neurologic Function

    Sharad Rajpal and Michael P. Steinmetz

    19 Pain Management

    Nikolai Bogduk

    20 Diagnostic Cervical Disk Injection

    Santhosh A. Thomas and Seth M. Zeidman

    21 Neurologic and Functional Evaluation Outcomes Assessment Tools in Cervical Spine Surgery

    Krzysztof B. Siemionow and Isador H. Lieberman

     

    SECTION III: Imaging Evaluation

    22 Radiation Physics and Safety

    Glenn R. Rechtine II and Brian D. Giordano

    23 Cervical Spine: Plain Radiography

    Philip A. Meinhardt, R. Alden Milam, and Bruce V. Darden II

    24 Computed Tomography and Myelography of the Cervical Spine

    Christopher G. Ullrich

    25 Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Cervical Spine and Spinal Cord

    Christopher G. Ullrich

    26 Catheter Angiography of the Cervical Spine and Spinal Cord

    Christopher G. Ullrich, Katsuyuki Nakanishi, and Hironobu Nakamura

    27 Clearing the Cervical Spine

    Ronald W. Lindsey and Zbigniew Gugala

     

    SECTION IV: Pediatric Conditions

    28 Embryology of the Craniovertebral Junction and Congenital Malformations in the Region

    Dachling Pang and Dominic N.P. Thompson

    29 Evaluation of the Cervical Spine in Children

    B. David Horn and John P. Dormans

    30 Klippel-Feil Syndrome

    Peter D. Pizzutillo and Martin J. Herman

    31 The Cervical Spine and Skeletal Dysplasia

    William G. Mackenzie, Suken A. Shah, and Masakazu Takemitsu

    32 Miscellaneous Conditions of the Cervical Spine: Neurofibromatosis, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Rickets

    Viral V. Jain and Alvin H. Crawford

    33 Cervical Spine Injuries in Children

    Stephen R. Thompson and Paul D. Sponseller

    34 Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury

    Amer F. Samdani, Steven W. Hwang, Mary Jane Mulcahey, and Randal R. Betz

    35 Cervical Spine Tumors and Infections in Children

    Alexandre Arkader and John P. Dormans

    36 Torticollis in Children

    William C. Warner, Jr. and Derek M. Kelly

    37 Treatment of Cervical Spine Instability in the Pediatric Patient

    Denis S. Drummond, Stephanie R. Cody, Nina Agrawal, and John P. Dormans

    38 The Use of Cervical Orthoses, Halo Devices, and Traction in Children

    Lawson A.B. Copley and John P. Dormans

    39 Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia

    Rodolfo Hakim and Mark G. Luciano

     

    SECTION V: Trauma: Fractures, Dislocations and Spinal Cord Injury

    40 Spinal Cord Injury: Assessment and Neurologic Classification

    Perry Dhaliwal, Lori Anne Archer, and Steven Casha

    41 Pathophysiology of Spinal Cord Injury

    Sarah Anne Figley, James W. Austin, James W. Rowland, and Michael G. Fehlings

    42 An Update on Clinical Trials in Spinal Cord Injury: How Far Have We Come?

    Jefferson R. Wilson, Gregory W. Hawryluk, and Michael G. Fehlings

    43 Imaging of the Injured Cervical Spine and Spinal Cord

    David W. Cadotte, David Mikulis, and Michael G. Fehlings

    44 Nonoperative Management and Treatment of Spinal Injuries

    Mark L. Prasarn and Glenn R. Rechtine II

    45 Atlanto-Occipital Injuries

    Paul A. Anderson

    46 Injuries to C1 and C2 (Excluding Odontoid Fractures)

    Marcel F. Dvorak, John T. Street, and Brian J. Lenehan

    47 Odontoid Fractures

    Richard J. Bransford, Joshua Charles Patt, and Jens R. Chapman

    48 Subaxial Cervical Injuries: Current Concepts in Classification and Treatment

    Alpesh A. Patel, Paul A. Anderson, and Alexander R. Vaccaro

    49 Traumatic Spinal Column and Spinal Cord Injury: Special Considerations in Ankylosing Spondylitis

    W. Bradley Jacobs and Michael G. Fehlings

    50 Posttraumatic Syringomyelia

    Sean Barry and Sean D. Christie

    51 Principles of Rehabilitation after Spinal Cord Injury

    Anthony S. Burns

    52 Traumatic Vertebral Artery Injury: Management/Workup

    Robert F. Heary and Reza J. Karimi

    53 Emerging Pharmacologic Treatments for Spinal Cord Injury

    Virgilio Matheus, Christopher A. Iannotti, and Michael P. Steinmetz

     

    SECTION VI: Tumors and Spinal Infection

    54 Intradural Intramedullary and Extramedullary Tumors

    Ryan M. Kretzer and George I. Jallo

    55 Cervical Spine Metastases

    Chintan S. Sampat, Howard S. An, and Louis G. Jenis

    56 Benign Tumors of the Cervical Spine

    Alan M. Levine and Stefano Boriani

    57 Primary Malignant Tumors of the Cervical Spine

    Stefano Boriani, Stefano Bandiera, Luca Boriani, and James N. Weinstein

    58 Cervical Spinal Infections

    Choll W. Kim, Bradford L. Currier, John G. Heller, and Frank J. Eismont

    59 Stereotaxic Radiosurgery for Spine Tumors

    Mark H. Bilsky and Lilyana Angelov

     

    SECTION VII: Inflammatory Conditions 821

    60 Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Cervical Spine

    Danny F. Searcy, Charles W. Cha, Scott D. Boden, and Charles R. Clark

    61 Rheumatoid Arthritis: Upper Cervical Spine

    Dieter Grob and Takachika Shimizu

    62 Subaxial Cervical Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Takenori Oda and Kazuo Yonenobu

    63 Ankylosing Spondylitis

    Cheerag D. Upadhyaya, Rick C. Sasso, and Praveen V. Mummaneni

    64 DISH and Related Disorders

    Theodore A. Belanger and Dale E. Rowe

    65 Calcification of the Ligamentum Flavum of the Cervical Spine

    Sueo Nakama and Yuichi Hoshino

    66 The Incidence and Risk Factors Associated with Destructive Spondyloarthropathy (DSA)

    Norimitsu Wakao, Makoto Yanase, Naoki Ishiguro, Yukihiro Matsuyama, Shiro Imagama, and Zenya Ito

     

    SECTION VIII: Degenerative Disease

    67 Cervical Degenerative Disk Disease: Overview and Epidemiology

    Andrew J. Schoenfeld and Christopher M. Bono

    68 Pain and Neural Dysfunction in Cervical Degenerative Disease

    Eeric Truumees

    69 Molecular Biology: Applications to the Cervical Spine

    Steven Leckie, Gwendolyn A. Sowa, and James D. Kang

    70 Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy and Radiculopathy: Natural History and Clinical Presentation

    David T. Anderson, Jeffrey A. Rihn, and Todd J. Albert

    71 Cervical Radiculopathy and Myelopathy

    Glenn R. Rechtine II

    72 Differential Diagnosis of Cervical Radiculopathy and Myelopathy

    Rajiv V. Taliwal and Richard S. Brower

    73 Discogenic Neck Pain

    Timothy A. Garvey

    74 Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF)

    Kamran Majid and Jeffrey S. Fischgrund

    75 Cervical Laminoforaminotomy

    Sadashiv Karanth, Ronald I. Apfelbaum, and Daniel R. Fassett

    76 Cervical Myelopathy: Laminectomy

    Nancy E. Epstein

    77 Treatment of Cervical Myelopathy: Laminoplasty

    Eiji Wada and Kazuo Yonenobu

    78 Cervical Myelopathy: Ventral Approach

    Edward R. Anderson III, Garrick W. Cason, and Harry N. Herkowitz

    79 Ventral versus Dorsal Approach for Surgical Treatment of Cervical Myelopathy

    Sanford E. Emery

    80 Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligaments: Prevalence, Presentation, and Natural History

    Shunji Matsunaga and Takashi Sakou

    81 Surgery for Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament: Ventral Approach

    Atsushi Okawa, Makoto Takahashi, Kenichiro Sakai, and Kenichi Shinomiya

    82 Surgery for Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament: Dorsal Approach

    Morio Matsumoto, Yoshiaki Toyama, and Kazuhiro Chiba

    83 Spinal Instrumentation in Degenerative Disorders of the Cervical Spine

    Thomas Walter Lawhorne III, Lukasz Curylo, and Howard S. An

    84 The Prevention of Adjacent Segment Disease Associated with Cervical Spine Fusion

    Saad B. Chaudhary and Thomas E. Mroz

    85 Management of Adjacent Segment Disease Associated with Prior Cervical Fusion

    Adam L. Shimer, Justin B. Hohl, and Alan S. Hilibrand

     

    SECTION IX: Deformities of the Cervical Spine

    86 Cervical Deformity

    Matthew J. Grosso, Michael P. Steinmetz, and Edward C. Benzel

    87 Postlaminectomy Kyphosis

    John M. Rhee

    88 Surgery for Posttraumatic Kyphosis

    Maneesh Bawa and Steven R. Garfin

    89 Surgical Management of Neuromuscular Kyphosis

    Michael C. Gerling, Gary Ghiselli, and Henry H. Bohlman

    90 Congenital Cervical Deformity

    Dheera Ananthakrishnan and Reginald S. Fayssoux

    91 Surgery for Kyphosis Associated with Ankylosing Spondylitis and Related Disorders

    Theodore A. Belanger and K. Daniel Riew

     

    SECTION X: New Technologies 1155

    92 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Theory and Concepts

    Joseph D. Smucker and John G. Heller

    93 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Material and Design Characteristics

    Wellington K. Hsu and Paul A. Anderson

    94 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Biomechanics of Cervical Disk Prostheses

    Juan M. Raposo and Bruce V. Darden II

    95 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Multilevel Disk Replacement and Arthroplasty Adjacent to Interbody Fusion

    Gerald M.Y. Quan and Vincent Pointillart

    96 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Complications of Cervical Disk Replacement Surgery

    Jan Goffin

    97 Artificial Disk Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Contraindications for Cervical Disk Arthroplasty

    Nancy E. Epstein

    98 Cervical Facet Prosthesis

    Dieter Grob

    99 Biologic Therapy for Disk Degeneration

    Daniel K. Park, Michael B. Ellman, and Howard S. An

     

    SECTION XI: Complications 1217

    100 What Is a Complication? Toward Objective Definition and Reporting of Adverse Outcomes

    Robert A. Hart, Paul A. Anderson, and Sohail Mirza

    101 Postlaminectomy Cervical Kyphosis

    Matthew J. Goldstein, Michael P. Ast, Jeff S. Silber, D. Greg Anderson, and Todd J. Albert

    102 Complications of Anterior Cervical Plating

    Brandon D. Lawrence and Darrel S. Brodke

    103 Complications Associated with Dorsal Cervical Instrumentation

    David M. Jackson, Louis F. Amorosa, John G. Heller, and Steven C. Ludwig

    104 Trauma-Related Complications—Atlantooccipital Dislocation

    Jason S. Weinstein and Andrew N. Nemecek

    105 Complications Related to the Management of Odontoid Fractures

    Paul Kraemer and Rick C. Sasso

    106 Complications in the Treatment of Subaxial Cervical Fractures and Dislocations

    Rolando Figueroa Roberto and Eric O. Klineberg

    107 Halo-Related Complications

    Robert C. Decker and Steven R. Garfin

    108 Ventral Cervical Pseudarthrosis

    Sanford E. Emery

    109 Graft Dislodgement

    Scott C. McGovern, Winston Fong, and Jeffrey C. Wang

    110 Cervical Cerebrospinal Fluid Leakage, Durotomy, and Pseudomeningocele

    Seth M. Zeidman

    111 Esophageal Perforation

    Alexander C. Ching, Todd J. Albert, and Robert A. Hart

    112 Vertebral Artery Injury

    Alan H. Daniels, K. Daniel Riew, and Robert A. Hart

    113 Postsurgical C5 Nerve Root Palsy

    Kurtus A. Dafford and Robert A. Hart

    114 Iatrogenic Spinal Cord Injuries

    Nelson S. Saldua and James S. Harrop

    115 Dysphagia and Dysphonia

    Jung U. Yoo and Jayme R. Hiratzka

    116 Adjacent Segment Disease

    Krzysztof B. Siemionow and Frank M. Phillips

    117 BMPs in Cervical Spine Surgery

    Vikas V. Patel, Sergiu Botolin, and Hyun Bae

    118 Complications of Total Disk Replacement

    Matthew N. Scott-Young

    119 Ophthalmologic Complications Related to Cervical Spine Surgery

    Geoffrey Kaung, Usha R. Pinninti, and Robert A. Hart

    120 Postoperative Infection

    Andrew J. Schoenfeld, Steven R. Garfin, and Christopher M. Bono

     

    SECTION XII: Controversies

    121 Esophageal Perforation: Immediate versus Delayed Repair

    Rahul Basho, Alex Gitelman, and Jeffrey C. Wang

    122 Postoperative C5 Root Palsy: Immediate Decompression versus Waiting

    Thomas E. Mroz and Michael P. Steinmetz

    123 Persistent Dysphagia: Remove Plate versus Wait

    Kern Singh, Justin Munns, and Daniel K. Park

    124 Intraoperative Vertebral Artery Injury—Pack Off, Tie, Repair, or Embolize

    Alex Gitelman, Rahul Basho, and Jeffrey C. Wang

    125 Management of Postoperative Infections: Inflow and Outflow Drains, Antibiotic Beads, and Vacuum-assisted Closure

    Steven C. Ludwig and Joseph K. Lee

    126 Postoperative Airway Obstruction: When to Keep Intubated and the Use of Steroids

    Nicholas Renaldo, Jeff S. Silber, Jared F. Brandoff, and Todd J. Albert

    127 Dynamic versus Static Plates Debate: Dynamic Plates Are Better

    Pierce D. Nunley

    128 Ventral Cervical Plating: Dynamic versus Static Debate

    Raqeeb Haque, Maxwell Boakye, Brian Y. Hwang, Michael G. Kaiser, and Regis W. Haid Jr.

    129 Management of Cervical Myelopathy Secondary to Retroodontoid

    Masses Transoral Resection versus Dorsal Decompression and Fusion

    Paul Kraemer and Rick C. Sasso

    130 Controversies, Myths, and Realities Regarding the Surgical Treatment of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy with a Special Focus on Laminoplasty

    Brett A. Freedman and John G. Heller

    131 Cervical Spine Osteotomy in Ankylosing Spondylitis

    Edward Donald Simmons

    132 Spinal Cord Injury: The Role of Steroids

    Ian A. Madom and Darrel S. Brodke

    133 Role of BMP in Cervical Spine Surgery

    Jeffrey S. Earhart and Wellington K. Hsu

    134 Artificial Disk Replacement for Radiculopathy and Myelopathy

    Leonard K. Kibuule, Jeffrey S. Fischgrund, and Jean-Jacques Abitbol

    135 Resorbables: Do They Have a Role in the Cervical Spine

    Hyun Bae and Nomaan Ashraf

    136 Anterior Multilevel Decompression: Discectomies versus Corpectomy

    Ben B. Pradhan

    137 Occipital Fixation Techniques: Keel Plate versus Screws through Connectors versus Wire versus Bolt

    Mukund I. Gundanna

    138 Atlantoaxial Stabilization: C1-C2 Instrumentation Techniques

    Christopher A. Iannotti and Langston T. Holly

    139 The Unstable Os Odontoideum in Asymptomatic Patients: Dorsal Treatment versus Observation

    Alpesh A. Patel

    140 Cervical Stenosis—Asymptomatic with Intrinsic Cord Change—Decompress or Watch?

    Andelle L. Teng

    141 Central Cord Syndrome: Acute Decompression Versus Watch and Wait

    Kasra Rowshan and Nitin N. Bhatia

    142 Tandem Stenosis: Fix the Cervical Spine or Lumbar Spine First?

    Shay Bess

    143 Unilateral Facet Dislocation: Surgery versus Nonoperative Treatment

    Steven S. Lee

    144 Cervical Spine Imaging in Trauma

    Ishaq Y. Syed, Mir Haroon Ali, Ahmad N. Nassr, and Joon Y. Lee

    145 When to Do Ventral versus Dorsal Decompression and Fusion in the Cervical Spine for Trauma

    Conor Regan and Moe R. Lim

    146 Controversies in Cervical Bone Grafting

    Patrick W. Suen

    147 Pathologies that Mimic Cervical Problems

    Chintan S. Sampat and Louis G. Jenis

    148 Horner’s Syndrome: Incidence, Etiology, Treatment Options, and Outcomes

    Cliff Tribus

    149 Mediastinitis

    Thomas Day and Hyun Bae

    150 Parsonage-Turner Syndrome: Etiology, Treatment Options, and Outcomes

    Robert A. McGuire Jr

    151 DVT/PE in Cervical Surgery: Etiology, Treatment Options, and Outcomes

    Winston Fong, Scott C. McGovern, and Jeffrey C. Wang

    152 The Role of Postoperative Bracing Following Cervical Spine Surgery

    Scott D. Daffner

    153 Preventing Complications of Cervical Spine Surgery

    Glenn R. Rechtine II and Christian P. DiPaola

  • Editorial Reviews

    "In the editor's own words, "This book is but an extension of the previous editions." Each edition brings new information, technology, and advances in clinical decision making. An update is mandatory, every few years, in such a rapidly evolving field. Nevertheless, the use of electronic media technologies and the incorporation of material from the Cervical Spine Society instructional courses make this edition a unique departure from previous ones."

    Doody's Reviews (March, 2013)
    Fernando Techy, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)

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