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A 40-year-old man presented with a 5-day history of severe posterior neck pain and fever of 38.3°C. He also had odynophagia. Physical examination revealed a normal active range of motion in neck anteflexion but limited extension and left rotation. Laboratory tests showed elevated white cell count (12 x109/L) and C reactive protein (8.70 ng/dL). Cerebrospinal fluid analysis was normal. A lateral cervical radiograph was performed (figure 1).
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