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Figure 2: Clinical photograph of a boy, 7.6 years old with Grade II torticollis showing (a) The preoperative gaze angle was 75° and the translational deformity was 30 mm with rotational deficit of 20°. (b) Postoperative photograph at 22 months followup with residual translational deformity of 5 mm and gaze angle of 85°. He has terminal 5° loss of rotation. This was classified as a good result

Figure 2: Clinical photograph of a boy, 7.6 years old with Grade II torticollis showing (a) The preoperative gaze angle was 75° and the translational deformity was 30 mm with rotational deficit of 20°. (b) Postoperative photograph at 22 months followup with residual translational deformity of 5 mm and gaze angle of 85°. He has terminal 5° loss of rotation. This was classified as a good result