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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Clinical photograph of 7.8-years-old girl, with right side, Grade II torticollis showing (a) Measurement for gaze angle and translational deformity measurements Line A: Horizontal axis through the outer canthus of both eyes Line B: Vertical line through the tip of the chin Line C: Vertical "Plumb" line through the midsternal point. The angle between Line A and C is a measure of gaze angle in degrees. Line A perpendicular to Plumb Line C is the normal alignment (90°) The horizontal deviation of chin (Line B) from the plumb line (Line C) denotes an amount of translational malalignment. (b) Complete correction of translational deformity from 30 to 0 mm and gaze angle from 75° to horizontal 90° at 16 months followup

Figure 1: Clinical photograph of 7.8-years-old girl, with right side, Grade II torticollis showing (a) Measurement for gaze angle and translational deformity measurements Line A: Horizontal axis through the outer canthus of both eyes Line B: Vertical line through the tip of the chin Line C: Vertical