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*  Cervical collar
A cervical collar, also known as a neck brace, is a medical device used to support a person's neck. It is also used by ... The opening provides anterior access to the neck for a cricothyrotomy or tracheotomy. Side view X-ray of the neck with a ... It can be used for minor injuries or after healing has allowed the neck to become more stable. A range of manufactured rigid ... Whenever people have a traumatic head or neck injury, they may have a cervical fracture. This makes them at high risk for ...
*  Killed or Seriously Injured
An injury of a minor character such as a sprain (including neck whiplash injury), bruise or cut which are not judged to be ... Slight injury: Sprain (including neck whiplash injury), bruising or cuts which are not judged to be severe. Also slight shock ...
*  Head and neck cancer
Following treatment of one head and neck cancer people are at higher risk of a second cancer. In 2015 head and neck cancers ... Betel nut chewing is associated with an increased risk of squamous cell cancer of the head and neck. Some head and neck cancers ... doi:10.1016/s1470-2045(17)30607-1. Head and Neck Cancer at MedlinePlus (National Library of Medicine) Head and Neck Cancer ... Immunotherapy with immune checkpoint inhibitors is being investigated in head and neck cancers. "Head and Neck Cancers". NCI. ...
*  Squamous cell carcinoma
Ninety percent of cases of head and neck cancer (cancer of the mouth, nasal cavity, nasopharynx, throat and associated ... "Types of head and neck cancer - Understanding - Macmillan Cancer Support". Retrieved 15 March 2017. MI Syed; M Stewart; S Syed ...
*  Neck
Disorders of the neck are a common source of pain. The neck has a great deal of functionality but is also subject to a lot of ... Sensation to the front areas of the neck comes from the roots of nerves C2-4, and at the back of the neck from the roots of C4- ... Neck of a goose Giraffes are well known for having a long neck Throat Adam's apple Hickey Nape Talley, Nicholas (2014). ... The clavicle or collar-bone forms the lower limit of the neck, and laterally the outward slope of the neck to the shoulder is ...
*  Johnson Neck
... is a relatively low, ice-drowned neck of land, or isthmus, which joins the Dott Ice Rise to the east side of the ... "Johnson Neck". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-07-27. This article ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Johnson Neck" (content from the ...
*  Neck guard
A neck guard is a piece of protective equipment worn by an ice hockey player around the neck area. The guard is designed to ... Most neck guards have a moisture system which helps keep the guard cool, ensuring the player's neck won't get too hot while ... Clutching his neck, Zedník raced to the Florida bench, leaving a long trail of blood along the way, and nearly falling into the ... Most neck guards, such as those manufactured by Bauer, contain fabric that is BNQ (Bureau de Normalisation du Quebec)-certified ...
*  Wings Neck
The southwestern tip of the neck is the site of the Wings Neck Lighthouse, which operated from 1889 to 1945, and is now a ... "Wings Neck Light". U.S. National Park Service. Retrieved 2012-12-31. "Wing's Neck Light". New England Lighthouses. Retrieved 31 ... Wings Neck is a peninsula that juts out into Buzzards Bay on the south side of the Cape Cod Canal, in Bourne, Massachusetts, ... "Wings Neck". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-12-31. ...
*  Femur neck
The femur neck (femoral neck or neck of the femur) is a flattened pyramidal process of bone, connecting the femoral head with ... Femur neck Femur neck. Posterior view. Hip fracture This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition ... In the female, in consequence of the increased width of the pelvis, the neck of the femur forms more nearly a right angle with ... In the adult, the neck forms an angle of about 125° with the body, but this varies in inverse proportion to the development of ...
*  Crew neck
A crew neck (or crew-neck) is a type of shirt or sweater that has a round neckline and no collar, often worn with other layers ... "crew neck" sweat shirts are still referred to by the German word "Schrank". This is especially true for grey crew neck ... The U.S. Navy was the first of the U.S. armed forces to adopt the crew-neck T-shirt or "Gob Shirt". In some German American ... The T-shirt crew neck was developed in 1932 as an undergarment that would absorb sweat and prevent shoulder pads of American ...
*  Wills Neck
The name 'Wills Neck' is derived from the Saxon word for 'stranger' or 'foreigner'. It relates to a local tribe the Wealas ... Wills Neck is the highest summit on the Quantock Hills and one of the highest points in Somerset, England. Although only 1261 ... Wills Neck was surveyed by schoolboys from Clifton College from 1922 and 1945, led by teacher William Cornish Badcock. They ... "Wills Neck Bottle Case". Quantock Brewery. Retrieved 23 March 2014. Coordinates: 51°06′36″N 3°11′37″W / 51.10987°N 3.19350°W ...
*  Neck mass
A neck mass is an ambiguous mass found in the neck area. There are many different possible causes, including congenital ... Cervical lymphadenopathy "Neck Mass: Approach to the Patient With Nasal and Pharyngeal Symptoms: Merck Manual Professional". ... Schwetschenau E, Kelley DJ (September 2002). "The adult neck mass". Am Fam Physician. 66 (5): 831-8. PMID 12322776. ...
*  Tommy Neck
Neck was born in Marksville, Louisiana and attended Marksville High School. He died in 2017, aged 78. "Tommy Neck NFL Football ... Thomas Ulric Neck (January 10, 1939 - May 5, 2017) was a professional American football player. He played as a defensive back ... http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thenewsstar/obituary.aspx?n=thomas-neck&pid=185315666&fhid=12536. ...
*  Rodman's Neck
Official website - NYPD Rodman's Neck Firing Range Rodman's Neck History Robert Moses Meadow Coordinates: 40°51′09″N 73°48′02″ ... Rodman's Neck is part of the historic manor of Thomas Pell, who bought the land in 1654. Rodman's Neck is named after a local ... Rodmans Neck Range Closing? Rodmands Neck Range Closing? Truck Bomb Detonated in 2006 Santora, Marc (2017). "New York Police ... Rodman's Neck refers to a peninsula of land in the Bronx, New York that juts out into Long Island Sound. The southern third of ...
*  Eaglehawk Neck
At the 2011 census, the settlement of Eaglehawk Neck had a population of 338. Locally known as the Neck, the isthmus itself is ... ISBN 0-6460-1870-1. Eaglehawk Neck at walkabout.com.au Eaglehawk Neck. ... Eaglehawk Neck is a well-known local holiday destination. On the eastern side, a beach that stretches around Pirates' Bay is a ... The Eaglehawk Neck is a narrow isthmus that connects the Tasman Peninsula with the Forestier Peninsula, and hence to mainland ...
*  Neck spasm
A neck spasm is an involuntary contraction of the muscles in the neck region. The possible causes of neck spasms include:[ ... Neck Spasms". McKesson Provider Technologies. Archived from the original on 2008-02-07. Retrieved 2008-04-29. ...
*  Neck ditch
... at codesmiths.com. Accessed on 3 Jan 2012. Neck Ditch at www.castle.lv. Accessed on 3 Jan 2012. Schloss Lichtenstein ... Today the term neck bridge is also used for other types of castle, where there is a deep, dry moat on one or two sides, whilst ... Originally the term neck ditch was only applied to spur castles. These were sited on hill spurs where three sides of the castle ... A neck ditch (German: Halsgraben), sometimes called a throat ditch, is a dry moat that does not fully surround a castle, but ...
*  Scoop neck
A scoop neck shirt is one in which the scoop-shape neckline is dropped significantly below normal limits. Some scoop neck ... At least one fashion designer has recently produced a line of shirts for men that can be converted to scoop neck shirts by ... clipping a thread in the collar.[citation needed] The scoop neck shirt is often worn as sports or casual wear by women, and has ...
*  Bergen Neck
During the American Revolution British maps showed it as Barren Neck. Bergen Neck is rarely used, occasionally replaced by the ... Bergen Neck is a name for the peninsula between the Upper New York Bay and the Newark Bay in the Hudson County, New Jersey ... Marker of Bergen Neck Fort Timeline for the Founding and History of the City of Bayonne Archived 2011-09-17 at the Wayback ... Bergen Neck Fort at American Forts Network "Great Railroads At War Fighting to Secure Lands on Jersey Shore". New York Times. ...
*  Polo neck
The mock polo neck clings to the neck smoothly, is easy to manufacture, and works well with a zip closure. Polo neck-like ... A simpler variant of the standard polo neck is the mock polo neck (or mock turtleneck), that resembles the polo neck with the ... A polo neck, roll-neck, (UK), turtleneck (US, Canada), or skivvy (Australia, New Zealand) is a garment-usually a sweater-with a ... The polo neck jumper became an iconic symbol of the French philosopher Michel Foucault. Polo necks also became a big fashion ...
*  Neck, Netherlands
Neck is a town in the northwest Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Wormerland, North Holland, about 3 km west of ... In 2001, the town of Neck had 989 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 19.5 km², and contained 329 residences. The ... statistical area "Neck", which also can include the surrounding countryside, has a population of 925. Statistics Netherlands ( ...
*  Neck manipulation
The cervical areas is located in the upper neck region of the spine from C1 to C7. Many types of practitioners use various ... Chances of stroke may be increased due to possible tears in neck arteries, known as cervical dissection, and is among the most ... Cervical manipulation, commonly known as neck manipulation, is a procedure involving adjustment of the upper 7 vertebrae of the ... Anahad O'Connor (August 25, 2008). "Really? - Can Manipulating Your Neck Lead to a Stroke?". New York Times. Retrieved January ...
*  Neck dissection
To describe the lymph nodes of the neck for neck dissection, the neck is divided into 6 areas called Levels. The levels are ... Head and Neck Cancer: Resection and Neck Dissection - with diagram of levels 1-5 eMedicine: Radical Neck Dissection - inc image ... The neck dissection is a surgical procedure for control of neck lymph node metastasis. This can be done for clinically or ... 5) The lateral neck dissection removes lymph tissue in levels II-IV. Anterior neck dissection is the last subtype of selective ...
*  Neck (music)
Bolt-on neck Set-in neck Richard French (2008), Engineering the Guitar, Springer, p. 45, ISBN 9780387743691 Carving the Neck ... The neck of a violin is usually maple with a flamed figure compatible with that of the ribs and back. The shape of the neck and ... With neck-through, making the neck part of the body. This method is used on some solid-body electric guitars, where the piece ... The neck graft allows the original scroll to be kept with a Baroque violin when bringing its neck to conformance with modern ...
*  Neck rein
A neck rein is a type of indirect rein aid. The horse responds to a neck rein when it has learned that a light pressure of the ... The neck rein is used in both English riding and in Western riding, though the style differs between the disciplines. In both ... The neck rein in English riding is used in addition to a direct rein and reinforces certain riding aids, particularly turns ... A horse that has been well trained to neck rein becomes so responsive to legs and seat that it is possible to take the bridle ...