Pediatric Radiology

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 121–122

Congenital dysplasia of C2–6

Authors

  • E. Archer
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children's Hospital
  • S. Batnitzky
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children's Hospital
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University Medical Center
  • E. A. Franken
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children's Hospital
  • J. Muller
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children's Hospital
  • B. Hale
    • Department of RadiologyIndiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children's Hospital
Case Reports

DOI: 10.1007/BF00973536

Cite this article as:
Archer, E., Batnitzky, S., Franken, E.A. et al. Pediatr Radiol (1977) 6: 121. doi:10.1007/BF00973536

Abstract

Neural arch dysplasia of the cervical 4 vertebrae is a rare occurrence. The authors present a case with dysplasia of cervical bodies and posterior arch elements at multiple levels. The embryogenesis of these anomalies is discussed.

Key words

Cervical spineCongenital anomalyDysplasia

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© Springer-Verlag 1977