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Figure 1: A patient of Morquio syndrome with “dish face” (a), lower limb deformity (e), and pectus carinatum (d) had odontoid hypoplasia and soft tissue deposition (b), cervical canal stenosis at craniovertebral junction (c) and underwent lateral mass of C1 rod and screw fixation with pars-interarticularis of C2 screw (f and g)

Figure 1: A patient of Morquio syndrome with “dish face” (a), lower limb deformity (e), and pectus carinatum (d) had odontoid hypoplasia and soft tissue deposition (b), cervical canal stenosis at craniovertebral junction (c) and underwent lateral mass of C1 rod and screw fixation with pars-interarticularis of C2 screw (f and g)