Whiplash: How Do X-Rays Help?

Whiplash commonly occurs as a result of a motor vehicle collision when (typically) there is a sudden stop or slow down that occurs so fast a person cannot adequately brace himself or herself, even when aware of the impending collision. This is because the whiplash effect is over in about 500 msec and we cannot voluntarily contract …

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