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Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography C-spine shows os odontoideum, (b) magnetic resonance imaging C-spine shows atlantoaxial dislocation with spinal cord compression, (c) C1–C2 fixation by Harms technique, (d) computed tomography C-spine shows os odontoideum with atlantoaxial dislocation, (e) magnetic resonance imaging C-spine shows significant spinal cord compression, (f) postoperative computed tomography C-spine shows good C1–C2 reduction and stabilization, (g) X-ray C-spine shows C1–C2 fusion by Harms technique, (h) intraoperative image of C1 lateral mass and C2 pedicle screw in situ, (i) X-ray C-spine lateral view showing Harms stabilization of atlantoaxial dislocation with os odontoideum, (j) X-ray C-spine anteroposterior view with C1–C2 fusion and stabilization (Harms technique).

Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography C-spine shows os odontoideum, (b) magnetic resonance imaging C-spine shows atlantoaxial dislocation with spinal cord compression, (c) C1–C2 fixation by Harms technique, (d) computed tomography C-spine shows os odontoideum with atlantoaxial dislocation, (e) magnetic resonance imaging C-spine shows significant spinal cord compression, (f) postoperative computed tomography C-spine shows good C1–C2 reduction and stabilization, (g) X-ray C-spine shows C1–C2 fusion by Harms technique, (h) intraoperative image of C1 lateral mass and C2 pedicle screw <i>in situ</i>, (i) X-ray C-spine lateral view showing Harms stabilization of atlantoaxial dislocation with os odontoideum, (j) X-ray C-spine anteroposterior view with C1–C2 fusion and stabilization (Harms technique).