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Figure 3: (a and b) Computed tomography cervical spine three-dimensional reconstruction showing torticollis toward the right side. C2 and C3 are fused. The inferior part of the right pedicle and pars of C2 and the right pedicle of C3 and C4 are absent. (c and d) X-ray cervical spine – neutral and flexion showing instability at C1C2 and C3C4 levels in the form of increased atlantodental interval and anterolisthesis, respectively

Figure 3: (a and b) Computed tomography cervical spine three-dimensional reconstruction showing torticollis toward the right side. C2 and C3 are fused. The inferior part of the right pedicle and pars of C2 and the right pedicle of C3 and C4 are absent. (c and d) X-ray cervical spine – neutral and flexion showing instability at C1C2 and C3C4 levels in the form of increased atlantodental interval and anterolisthesis, respectively