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Craniocervical Junction Syndrome: Anatomy of the Craniocervical and Atlantoaxial Junctions and the Effect of Misalignment on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow

By Scott Rosa, John W. Baird, David Harshfield and Mahan Chehrenama

Submitted: November 6th 2017Reviewed: December 4th 2017Published: August 1st 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72890

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Scott Rosa, John W. Baird, David Harshfield and Mahan Chehrenama (August 1st 2018). Craniocervical Junction Syndrome: Anatomy of the Craniocervical and Atlantoaxial Junctions and the Effect of Misalignment on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow, Hydrocephalus, Bora Gürer, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72890. Available from:

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