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Os odontoideum is an anomaly of the second cervical vertebra (axis). This has as a correlate the spinal cord compression into the occipito-cervical spinal canal. It is a rare condition with an unknown exact prevalence. We reported the case of an 8-year-old patient presenting with quadriparesis for 9 months evolution. The diagnosis was made on a head CT scan and a MRI of the cervical spine.


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Os odontoïdeum (OO) est une anomalie de la deuxième vertèbre cervicale ou axis. Il a pour corollaire la compression médullaire dans le canal rachidien cervico occipital. C’est une affection rare, sa fréquence exacte est inconnue. Nous vous rapportons le cas d’une patiente de 8 ans avec une tétraparésie évoluant depuis 9 mois. Le diagnostic a été révélé lors de la réalisation d’un scanner cérébral compléter par une IRM du rachis cervical.

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Administrateur- JAIM, MBALLA AMOUGOU Jean Claude, MBO’O AMVENE, ONANA Yannick, MOULION TAPOUTH Jean Roger, NKO’O Micheal, MAGNY Tiam Eric, SEME Ambroise, NDOUMBÉ Aurélien, & NKO’O AMVENE Samuel. (2022). Os odontoïdeum, cause rare de compression médullaire : à propos d’un cas. Journal Africain d’Imagerie Médicale (J Afr Imag Méd)., 14(1). https://doi.org/10.55715/jaim.v14i1.340

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