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Figure 1: Clinical findings in idiopathic SAN. Right shoulder sagging (green line in a), prominent levator scapulae (red arrow in a), lateral scapular translocation at rest (blue line in a) becoming more prominent on shoulder abduction (blue line in b) and contralateral head-tilt (yellow arrow in b). Notice unaffected right genioglossus (c) excluding Collet-Sicard syndrome

Figure 1: Clinical findings in idiopathic SAN. Right shoulder sagging (green line in a), prominent levator scapulae (red arrow in a), lateral scapular translocation at rest (blue line in a) becoming more prominent on shoulder abduction (blue line in b) and contralateral head-tilt (yellow arrow in b). Notice unaffected right genioglossus (c) excluding Collet-Sicard syndrome