Cruciate Paralysis in a 20- year -old Male with an Undisplaced Type III Odontoid Fracture

What to Learn from this Article? Cruciate paralysis is characterized by injury to the cervicomedullary junction (CMJ) resulting in paralysis of the arms with minimal or absent lower extremity involvement. It may be confused with an acute central cord syndrome. A cruciate palsy must be kept in mind when dealing with selective upper limb paresis with an associated fracture of the odontoid process. Case Report | Volume 6 | Issue 2 |...

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