Basilar Invagination: A Case Review

  • F. Koech
  • L. Lelei
  • G. Kiprono
Keywords: basilar, invagination, basiocciput

Abstract

Basilar invagination is a rare developmental defect involving the basiocciput. Often presents with severe neck pains, short webbed neck and difficulty in rotating the neck. We present a case of a 14 year old who presented with progressive neck weakness associated with pain and torticollis. Radiological investigations reviewed

 

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Published
2018-04-02
Section
Articles