Sprengel's deformity


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Sprengel's deformity

A condition characterized by a faulty descent of the scapula from its fetal position next to C4, accompanied by a simultaneous scapular rotation, resulting in a horizontal axillary margin. See Fracture.
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Bradish, "Osteotomy for congenital elevation of the scapula (Sprengel's deformity)," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume, vol.
Mears, "Partial resection of the scapula and a release of the long head of triceps for the management of Sprengel's deformity," Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, vol.
Although difficult airways are prominent on scientific information on KFS with Sprengel's deformity we did not find references of pediatric patient this syndrome with atrial septal defect coming for Woodwards procedure in prone position.