Signs of a Herniated Disc in the Lumbar and Cervical Spine
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Cervical Spine Instability, Flexion Extension X-rays
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Flexion/extension views detect subtle ligamentous injuries that are not apparent on routine neutral static views. It is done to avoid missing an unstable injury in the cervical spine. It is one of the many tactics that improve understanding of the extent and personality of the neck injury.