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To do this it may be necessary to cut away some of the fibres of the sterno-mastoid muscle.
To obtain room, the neck must be somewhat extended and the jaw pulled well forward and the sterno-mastoid muscle backwards.
Desmognathous, without basipterygoid processes; with one pair of sterno-tracheal muscles.
The next muscles to become stiff and painful are those of the neck, especially the sterno-mastoid and trapezius.
The lymph glands, particularly those along the posterior border of the sterno-mastoid, become enlarged and slightly tender.