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Three Cases of Acute Calcific Retropharyngeal Tendinitis
Nippon Jibiinkoka Gakkai Kaiho
Acute calcific retropharyngeal tendinitis is an inflammation of the longus coli muscle characterized by the acute onset of neck pain, swallowing pain, and limitations of neck movement. Although symptoms subside spontaneously within one to two weeks, many cases are treated with antibiotics because clinical outcomes are similar to a severe infection of the retropharyngeal area such as a retropharyngeal abscess. We report herein on 3 cases of acute calcific retropharyngeal tendinitis. The firstdoi:10.3950/jibiinkoka.119.955 fatcat:2patzwn2bbe27mnjj2e4buzmjm