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Figure 3: A patient of Larsen syndrome with “dish-like” facial features (a); three-dimensional computed tomography sagittal view (b) and preoperative magnetic resonance imaging sagittal view (b) showing os-odontoidium with subaxial (C-6) vertebral body collapse with compression at craniovertebral junction; three-dimensional computed tomography reflected vertebral artery anomaly (right side vertebral artery hypoplasia with black arrow) (d); the postoperative CT scan showing long-segment cervical fixation with correction of cervical kyphosis and widened canal diameter at C6 level (e and f), and intra-operative photograph (g) showing long-segment fixation. The picture-in-picture shows X-ray immediately after surgery showing straightening of cervical spine

Figure 3: A patient of Larsen syndrome with “dish-like” facial features (a); three-dimensional computed tomography sagittal view (b) and preoperative magnetic resonance imaging sagittal view (b) showing os-odontoidium with subaxial (C-6) vertebral body collapse with compression at craniovertebral junction; three-dimensional computed tomography reflected vertebral artery anomaly (right side vertebral artery hypoplasia with black arrow) (d); the postoperative CT scan showing long-segment cervical fixation with correction of cervical kyphosis and widened canal diameter at C6 level (e and f), and intra-operative photograph (g) showing long-segment fixation. The picture-in-picture shows X-ray immediately after surgery showing straightening of cervical spine