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Figure 2: (a) Preoperative lateral view; clinical appearance of shortening neck. (b) Posteroanterior spine radiograph showing >50° scoliosis. (c) Lateral cervical radiograph with basilar impression by McRae's line with dens outlined. (d) Preoperative halo application with distraction between cervical vertebras. (e) Initial postoperative lateral radiograph showing occipitocervical fixation and halo vest. (f) Four months postoperative lateral imaging after halo vest removal. (g) Five-year postoperative sagittal computed tomography image showing bony fusion between the occipital bone and C2 without basilar impression progression

Figure 2: (a) Preoperative lateral view; clinical appearance of shortening neck. (b) Posteroanterior spine radiograph showing >50° scoliosis. (c) Lateral cervical radiograph with basilar impression by McRae's line with dens outlined. (d) Preoperative halo application with distraction between cervical vertebras. (e) Initial postoperative lateral radiograph showing occipitocervical fixation and halo vest. (f) Four months postoperative lateral imaging after halo vest removal. (g) Five-year postoperative sagittal computed tomography image showing bony fusion between the occipital bone and C2 without basilar impression progression