Craniocervical fusion

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Cerviocranial fusion is a potential treatment used for craniocervical instability, but it not a first choice treatment.[citation needed]

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The surgery fuses the skull to cervical vertebrae in the neck to stabilize it, with the aim of reducing symptoms of CCI.

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