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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: October 1936
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Torticollis, due to a shortened clavicular head of the sternomastoid muscle, produces a cosmetic deformity of the neck which can be corrected by a physiological transplantation of the offending muscle. This procedure, employed in eight cases, gave uniformly excellent results. There were no recurrences.

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