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Cv2ip -- The most inferior posterior point Odontoid process tangent (OPT)
The most common structural lesions were anterior atlantoaxial subluxation (30%), C1-C2 arthritis (22%) erosion of the odontoid process (18%), and apophyseal joint arthritis (16%).
The atlantoaxial articulation was anomalous with an apparent os odontoideum and assimilation of the odontoid process ossicle with the anterior tubercle of C1.
8], the angle of the odontoid process of the cervical tube, and the general size and thickness of the osteoderms.
The vertical guide was positioned in such a way that it went through the middle of the odontoid process and the horizontal guide through the posterior wall of the nasopalatine foramen; this site was intersected at the transverse section where the horizontal guide was positioned.
Surgical management of a combined fracture of the odontoid process with an atlas posterior arch disruption: a review of four cases.
Calcification in the spinal ligaments specifically around the odontoid process is common in this disease (Figure 3).
Ventrodorsal projection was made with vertical X-ray beam to visualize the odontoid process and lateral projection for the evaluation of the cervical area to exclude other abnormalities.
The odontoid process of the axis articulates with the atlas-transverse ligaments.
The distinguishing feature of the axis is the odontoid process, also known as the dens or the odontoid peg, which a tooth-like process which projects superiorly from the body of the axis and is held in place by the transverse ligament of the atlas (Moore & Dalley 1999).
Endoscopic biopsy sampling of tophaceous gout of the odontoid process.
1,2,5,6) The axis (C-2) contains the upward-pointing odontoid process.