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Table 1 The summary of Grisel’s syndrome in Kawasaki disease

From: Grisel’s syndrome in Kawasaki disease

Patient Author, country Age(years), Sex Duration before diagnosis Clinical presentation Lymphadenopathy Fielding classification Rotatory dislocation Treatment Duration treatment CALs
1 Igarashi,1989 [12] Japan 7, F 7 days Tilted position Left Left Conservative 2 months None
2 Kaketa, 2004 [14] Japan 5, F 5 months Torticollis Left Conservative 3 months
3 Konishi, 2007 [15] Japan 4, F 11 days Torticollis Left Type I Left Conservative 13 days
4 Konishi, 2007 [15] Japan 4, F 4 days Torticollis Left Type I Left Conservative 8 days
5 Oda, 2009 [17], Japan 9, M 13 days Torticollis Right Type I Right Conservative 3 days None
6 Oda, 2009 [17], Japan 6, F 15 days Torticollis Right Type I Right Conservative 15 days None
7 Oda, 2009 [17], Japan 6, M 14 days Torticollis Bilateral Type I Left Conservative 7 days None
8 Tashiro, 2011 [18], Japan 6, F 3 days Right Conservative
9 Nozaki, 2013 [9], Japan 5, F 22 days Tilted position Left Type I Left Conservative 2 months None
10 Wood [8], 2013, Australia 8, F 8 days Torticollis Neck pain and stiffness Left Left Conservative 3 months None
11 Tian LP [13], 1995, China 6, F 9 days Torticollis Neck pain and stiffness, Bilateral Type I Left Conservative 25 days None
12 Wang Ce, 2018 [19], China 5, M Neck pain and stiffness, Conservative 3 days None
13 Wang Ce, 2018 [19], China 5, M Neck pain and stiffness Conservative 6 days None
14 Wang Ce, 2018 [19], China 5, M Neck pain and stiffness Conservative 7 days None