- •Anatomical dissection and computed tomography (CT) for in vitro fracture diagnosis.
- •Low sensitivity and precision of CT scanning for lateral mass and pedicle fractures.
- •Fractures relevant for clinical stability assessment may be missed with CT scan alone.
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