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Figure 3: Clinical photograph of 13.4 year old girl with Grade III torticollis showing (a) The preoperative gaze angle was 65°, translational deformity was 40 mm. (b) Taut band of sternocleidomastoid seen with left side rotation. The rotational deficit was 40° (c) Postoperative photograph at 24 months followup after a bipolar release. The gaze angle was restored to normal and the translational deformity was 5 mm with mild facial asymmetry. She had an excellent outcome on modified Cheng and Tang score

Figure 3: Clinical photograph of 13.4 year old girl with Grade III torticollis showing (a) The preoperative gaze angle was 65°, translational deformity was 40 mm. (b) Taut band of sternocleidomastoid seen with left side rotation. The rotational deficit was 40° (c) Postoperative photograph at 24 months followup after a bipolar release. The gaze angle was restored to normal and the translational deformity was 5 mm with mild facial asymmetry. She had an excellent outcome on modified Cheng and Tang score