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- Published At 2019-08-27 19:01:12
3D Atlas Vertebra Model Sculpted in Zbrush The model is ready for 3d print Available file type c4d and obj, if you want another extension just ask 3D Atlas Vertebra Model rendered inside c4d using octane render Texture included: 3D_Atlas_Vertebra_AO.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Atlas_Vertebra_Color.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Atlas_Vertebra_Height.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Atlas_Vertebra_Normal.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Atlas_Vertebra_Roughness.jpg 4096*4096 Clinical significance A break in the first vertebra is referred to as a Jefferson fracture. Craniocervical junction misalignment is also suspected as a factor in neurodegenerative diseases where altered CSF flow plays a part in the pathological process. Hyperextension (Whiplash) Injury A rear-end traffic collision or a poorly performed rugby tackle can both result in the head being whipped back on the shoulders, causing whiplash. In minor cases, the anterior longitudinal ligament of the spine is damaged which is acutely painful for the patient. In more severe cases, fractures can occur to any of the cervical vertebrae as they are suddenly compressed by rapid deceleration. Again, since the vertebral foramen is large there is less chance of spinal cord involvement. The worst-case scenario for these injuries is that dislocation or subluxation of the cervical vertebrae occurs. This often happens at the C2 level, where the body of C2 moves anteriorly with respect to C3. Such an injury may well lead to spinal cord involvement, and as consequence quadriplegia or death may occur. More commonly, subluxation occurs at the C6/C7 level (50% of cases).