|ECR 2019 / C-0873|
|Bridging defects-Radio-anatomical review of cranio-vertebral junction anomalies|
The CVJ is a common site for anatomic variants and acquired pathology.
Understanding of the important land marks and accurate assessment of the lines and angles is crucial in the evaluation of craniovertebral junction anomalies
Knowledge of the normal anatomy as well as the spectrum of bony variants, acquired anomalies of this region is vital for the diagnosis and correct image interpretation and ulterior management.
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