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Modified Split-Scan Computed Tomography (CT) Diagnostics of Severely Injured Patients: First Results from a Level I Trauma Center Using a Dedicated Head-and-Neck CT-Angiogram for the Detection of Cervical Artery Dissections

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Popp, Daniel ; Thiedemann, Claudius ; Bäumler, Wolf ; Ernstberger, Antonio ; Alt, Volker ; Schicho, Andreas
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 02 Nov 2020 11:26


Introduction: Traumatic cervical artery dissections are associated with high mortality and morbidity in severely injured patients. After finding even higher incidences than reported before, we decided to incorporate a dedicated head-and-neck computed tomography angiogram (CT-A) in our imaging routine for patients who have been obviously severely injured or, according to trauma mechanism, are ...


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