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Airway Management in Congenital Spastic Torticollis with Cervical Scoliosis
Congenital spastic torticollis is deformity of head and neck presenting at birth or shortly after birth resulting from unilateral shortening of sternocleidomastoid muscle. This case report pertains to the successful airway management in the background of difficult airway due to restricted neck movements and cervical scoliosis.
Difficult Intubation, Torticollis, Scoliosis, Airway Management.
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