ORIGINAL ARTICLE: PDF OnlyEbraheim Nabil A. MD; Savolaine, Edward R. MD; Skie, Martin C. MD; Baril, James MDThe Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care: March 1994 - p 447-450 Buy Abstract A 51-year-old woman was involved in a motor vehicle crash, sustaining multiple injuries including a longitudinal displaced burst fracture of the sacrum associated with neurologic deficits and fractures of the pelvis. A computed tomographic scan was valuable in properly identifying of the pelvis. A computed tomographic scan was valuable in properly identifying the extent of the sacral fracture. Because of the neurologic deficits and displacement of the sacral fracture and fixation of the pelvic fracture were performed. The patient's neurologic deficits improved at last follow-up examination she was ambulating without assistance. © Williams & Wilkins 1994. All Rights Reserved.