Traumatic Eagle Syndrome : Does Neck Trauma Result in Complete Ossification in Partially Ossified Stylohoid Ligament ?

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Eagle syndrome (ES) is a constellation of symptoms and signs resulting from abnormal stylohyoid chain ossification [1]. The styloid chain consists of the styloid process, the stylohyoid ligament, and the lesser cornu of the hyoid bone [2]. ES is a rare entity which is not commonly suspected in clinical practice [3], and only a small percentage of the 4% of… (More)

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