posttraumatic neck syndrome

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post·trau·mat·ic neck syn·drome

a syndrome of neck pain, tenderness, and spasm, often associated with ill-defined symptoms (for example, dizziness, blurred vision), resulting from neck trauma, most often of the whiplash variety.

post·trau·mat·ic neck syn·drome

(posttraw-matik nek sindrōm)
Constellation of neck pain, tenderness, and spasm, often associated with ill-defined symptoms (e.g., dizziness, blurred vision), resulting from neck trauma, most often "whiplash."