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Table 1 Patients records and time of treatment

From: Evaluation of using the Anderson-Montesano and the Tuli classifications in pediatric patients with occipital condyle fractures

Name Sex Age Anderson-Montesano Tuli Cause of injury Trauma accompanying Halo-vest time of treatment Minerva brace
P.P M 15.2 III-unstable IIB Traffic accident—car passenger Left frontal fracture, left frontal sinus fracture, fracture of the left frontal bone, contusion of the frontal lobe of the brain 12.5 weeks
K.D. F 15 III-unstable IIB Pedestrian hit by a car Contusion of the right lung, concussion of the brain, multiple abrasions of the epidermis 13 weeks superficial pin infection
R.M F 18 I IIB Traffic accident—car passenger Post-traumatic aphasia, pneumothorax, pyramidal-posterior paresis 14 weeks
S.D M 14.7 III-stable IIA Traffic accident—car passenger Right frontal bone fracture, nasal bone fracture, subdural hematoma 12 weeks
B.W F 16 I-stable IIA Fall from a height Right frontal bone fracture, nasal bone fracture, subarachnoid bleeding, Th3-5 transverse process fracture, fracture of the proximal epiphysis of the radial bone 11 weeks
M.O M 16.1 I-stable IIA Bike ride fall Left frontal bone fracture, right maxillary sinus fracture, right orbit fracture, V metacarpal bone fracture 12 weeks