Primary Article

Subluxation of the Cervical Vertebrae Due to Pharyngitis

Authors: COL. THOMAS A. HANSON, MC, MAJ. JEROME P. KRAFT, MC, CPT. DAVID W. ADCOCK, MC

Abstract

This report describes the case of a young girl who developed subluxation of the cervical vertebrae secondary to pharyngitis. All physicians who care for children should read this report describing this potentially serious complication of a common disorder.

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