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Don't twist my child's head off: iatrogenic cervical dislocation

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Tags: neck, harms, spinal adjustment, head/neck, spine, pain problems, treatment

One article on PainSci cites Casey 1995: Ten Trillion Cells Walked Into a Bar

PainSci notes on Casey 1995:

It’s probably less of a problem than popularly believed, because muscles aren’t truly or completely “paralyzed” under anaesthesia (see Muscles at Rest). Nevertheless, “extreme care must be taken in the positioning of the anaesthetised and paralysed child where the normal protection from cervical musculature is lost: extremes of neck rotation in children are dangerous.”

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