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Final clinical long case 64

Created: 26/10/2018
 
A 60-year-old male patient with carcinoma of the lung is being worked up for lobectomy but presents with acute neck pain. There is no other past medical history.

Examination/tests
ECG: Left axis deviation
Lateral C-spine X-ray: fracture of the odontoid peg

Questions
1. Discuss the X-ray findings.
2. Discuss the implications for anaesthetic management.
3. Discuss the methods for awake fibreoptic intubation.


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