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Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences | Volume-8 | Issue-06
Fibromatosis Colli a Rare Cause of Congenital Torticollis about 14-Day-Old Newborn
Ouajid Bakkali, Nour Mekaoui, Badr Sououd Benjelloun Dakhama, Lamya Karboubi
Published: June 30, 2020 | 129 196
DOI: 10.36347/sjams.2020.v08i06.040
Pages: 1618-1621
Fibromatosis colli or childhood tumor of the sternocleidomastoid muscle is a relatively rare cause of neonatal cervical mass. It is one of the causes of so-called congenital torticollis in newborns and infants. The etiopathogenic mechanism of its occurrence is subject to controversy. Its diagnosis uses ultrasound, which reveals a characteristic thickening of the muscle. We report a case of fibromatosis colli in a 14-day-old newborn, received in consultation in the pediatric medical emergencies of Rabat children's hospital in Morocco for a left laterocervical mass and torticollis noted by the parents. We describe through our observation and a review of the literature the clinical, paraclinical and evolutionary aspects of fibromatosis colli in infants.