10| Volume 50, SUPPLEMENT 1, S4-S5, June 2012

Radiological anthropometric assessment of cervical neurovascular structures to explosive fragmentation

      Introduction: 42% of explosive cervical wounds are fatal, due to either vascular or spinal cord trauma. The aim of this paper was to determine military specific cervical neurovascular anthropomorphic data. This will be used to scale future numerical injury models of the neck and improve body armour design with a view to mitigation of combat neck injury.
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