A case of familial paediatric atlantoaxial subluxation.

  title={A case of familial paediatric atlantoaxial subluxation.},
  author={Anju Singh and Annamma George and Nancy L C Steele and Prakash Madhavan},
  journal={Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England},
  volume={94 5},
INTRODUCTION Fixed atlantoaxial rotary subluxation (FAARS) is a rare cause of torticollis in children. Familial FAARS has not been described in the literature previously. We present case reports of two siblings who both developed spontaneous atlantoaxial rotary subluxation and discuss the possible causes. Both patients were treated conservatively and made a… CONTINUE READING