What is Klippel-Feil syndrome?
Klippel Feil Syndrome is characterized as a short, webbed neck; restricted motion in the neck region (cervical spine); and a low hairline (back of head). Type I is a massive fusion of the cervical spine, type 2 is the fusion of 1 or 2 vertebrae, and type 3 includes thoracic/lumbar spine deformities.
How do members experience Klippel-Feil syndrome?
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