neck tongue syndrome

A condition characterised by sharp pain and tingling of the upper neck and/or occiput on sudden neck rotation, with numbness of the ipsilateral half of the tongue. The neck tongue syndrome is attributed to stretching the C2 ventral ramus, which contains proprioceptive fibres from the lingual nerve to the hypoglossal nerve and 2nd cervical root

neck tongue syndrome

A condition characterized by sharp pain and tingling of the upper neck and/or occiput on sudden neck rotation, with numbness of the ipsilateral half of the tongue; the NTS is attributed to stretching the C2 ventral ramus, which contains proprioceptive fibers from the lingual nerve to the hypoglossal nerve and 2nd cervical root
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