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a sharp, pointed object

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any sharply pointed projection

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a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf

the part of a book's cover that encloses the inner side of the book's pages and that faces outward when the book is shelved

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a sharp rigid animal process or appendage

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Surprisingly, the effect of implementation of the Canadian C-spine rule was less in academic centres than in community hospitals.
Plain C-spine X-rays and multislice CT of the C-spine were normal, however CT of the thoracic spine demonstrated a comminuted fracture of T7, a burst fracture of T8 with dislocation at T7/T8 and significant retropulsion of bony fragments into the spinal canal, suggesting a high likelihood of spinal cord injury at this level.
For a lateral cross-table C-spine exam with 80 kVp at 32 mAs, the exposure is 124.
A comparison study between the above two mentioned investigations (NEXUS and Canadian C-Spine Rule) showed the Canadian study to have superior sensitivity and specificity.
She's even more surprised when a copy of the missing c-spine x-ray is used by David during a lecture to a group of nurse practitioners.
It wasn't compound,'' 16-year-old Aimee Reed told an evaluator about a boy lying on a C-spine board.
The Canon CXDI-50G offers a wide array of imaging applications at an affordable price, from weight bearing, cross table c-spine, cross table, decubitis KUB and chest, sunrise knee and bedside.
A cross table c-spine film was obtained to access proper alignment with the brace.
Orthopedic Surgeon for The Cleveland Clinic who holds several honorary awards and has been published in multiple medical journals, is scheduled to present "T-L Spine Trauma" and "Complications of C-Spine Surgery" on Monday, January 23 and "Deformity Correction" on Tuesday, January 24.