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Asian Case Reports in Surgery
Objective: To investigate the clinical characteristics of omohyoid muscle syndrome for the purpose of decreasing the rate of misdiagnosis and erroneous diagnosis. Methods: The clinical data of diagnosis and treatment in 3 patients with omohyoid muscle syndrome were summarized retrospectively, and analyzed with the literatures reports. Results: The patients with omohyoid muscle syndrome included 2 males and 1 female; they clinically presented with evident bump of lower sternocleidomastoid muscledoi:10.12677/acrs.2016.54007 fatcat:q4iuxvsq7bfpvo74skxqyoaxv4