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Reduction of Locked Cervical Facets: Manual, Anterior Open, Posterior Open

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Cervical facet dislocations can be uni- or biarticular, sometimes associated with facet fractures. The intervertebral disc of the injured level is constantly torn. Cervical dislocation occurs in 75% of the cases between C5 and C7, in 20% of the cases between C2 and C5, and in 5% of the cases at the level C7–T1 [1].

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Cloché, T., Legallois, Y., Vital, J.M. (2019). Reduction of Locked Cervical Facets: Manual, Anterior Open, Posterior Open. In: Koller, H., Robinson, Y. (eds) Cervical Spine Surgery: Standard and Advanced Techniques. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93432-7_73

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