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Inflammation of the neck

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Summary

In the evaluation of a large series of infectious processes in the cervical region, certain diagnostic sonographic patterns have been established, which prove very helpful in differentiating the various stages and the extension of inflammatory processes. The advantages of sonographic imaging are demonstrated.

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Wollschlaeger, P.B., Wollschlaeger, G., Krabbenhoft, K.L. et al. Inflammation of the neck. Neuroradiology 16, 324–326 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00395290

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Keywords

  • Public Health
  • Inflammatory Process
  • Large Series
  • Cervical Region
  • Infectious Process