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Table 1 Patient characteristics, S 100B levels and diagnosis

From: Isolated vertebral fractures give elevated serum protein S-100B levels

No gender age S100B ug/L type of injury
1 f 59 0.046 strain trauma, no fracture
2 m 31 0.658 compression fracture T6, T11 (Type A 1.2)
3 f 21 0.238 burst fracture C7 (Type A 3.1)
4 m 30 0.225 bullet through massa lateralis C1 and spinal cord, no neurological symptoms
5 m 17 0.115 compression fracture T7- 9 (A 1.1)
6 m 40 0.226 burst fracture L1 (A 3.1)
7 m 28 0.067 strain trauma, no fracture
8 m 32 0.072 strain trauma, no fracture
9 m 75 0.253 compression fractures L4, L5 (A 1,2)
10 m 30 0.108 inferior articular process and arcus fracture C6
11 m 38 0.715 flexion/distraction fracture T5/6 (B 2.3), paraplegia
12 m 44 0.063 distortion, no fracture
13 m 84 0.201 dense fracture type 2, Jefferson fracture C1
14 m 63 0.221 contusio spinalis C3-5, transient tetraplegia
15 m 68 0.481 subluxation C5/6 with fracture C6 (B 1.2.1)
16 m 22 0.048 strain trauma, no fracture
17 m 44 0.921 burst-split fracture L1 (A 3.3), transient hyposthesia
18 f 60 0.483 luxation fracture C6-7, radiculopathy C6
19 f 17 0.096 thoracal vertebral contusion, no fracture