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Research & Reviews 9 results
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation; Tuan SH, Sun SF et. al.
Jan 25th, 2022 - Sudden onset of acute torticollis in children is rare and is usually diagnosed as atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation (AARS). The common treatment for acute AARS without neurological symptoms is halter traction in conjunction with muscle relaxant an...
BMJ Case Reports; Guri A, Scheier E
Jan 8th, 2022 - Torticollis in children can be a sign of a potentially dangerous disease; the correct diagnosis is not always obvious on history and physical examination. The use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) helps to limit the differential diagnosis and di...
Pediatrics in Review; Patel F, Benjamin JS et. al.
Nov 4th, 2020 - Acute Torticollis in a 3-year-old Child: Think Outside the Neck.|2020|Patel F,Benjamin JS,Gadiwala S,|diagnosis,etiology,
Oct 22nd, 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...
Aug 28th, 2018 - Background Cervical intervertebral disc disease accounts for 36% of all spinal intervertebral disc disease, second only to lumbar disc disease, which accounts for 62% of all spinal intervertebral disc disease. Cervical problems tend to be less deb...
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.