ALLMedicine™ Acute Torticollis Center
Research & Reviews 7 results
Pediatrics in Review; Patel F, Benjamin JS et. al.
Nov 3rd, 2020 - Acute Torticollis in a 3-year-old Child: Think Outside the Neck.|2020|Patel F,Benjamin JS,Gadiwala S,|
Oct 21st, 2018 - Background Torticollis is the common term for various conditions of head and neck dystonia, which display specific variations in head movements (phasic components) characterized by the direction of movement (horizontal, as if to say "no", or verti...
Nov 13th, 2017 - Overview Emergent management of torticollis can pose a challenge to the emergency physician owing to the fact that the condition can be acute or chronic, congenital or acquired, and idiopathic or secondary to trauma or disease. Moreover, the onset...
Nov 13th, 2017 - Emergent management of torticollis can pose a challenge to the emergency physician owing to the fact that the condition can be acute or chronic, congenital or acquired, and idiopathic or secondary to trauma or disease. Moreover, the onset of torti...
Pediatric Neurosurgery; Agrawal A, Cincu R et. al.
Mar 4th, 2009 - Spasmodic torticollis due to an identified focal brain stem lesion is uncommon and abrupt-onset spasmodic torticollis due to midbrain lesions in humans is rarely reported. A 9-year-old female child who had fallen off a bicycle and had lost conscio...
News 1 results
Family Practice News; Willibald Nagler
Acute torticollis, also known among some physicians as wry neck, is essentially a stiffness of the neck due to a muscular spasm. In fact, an approximate translation from the Latin-based “acute torticollis” is twisted collar or twisted neck.