Occipital spur

Case contributed by Avni K P Skandhan
Diagnosis certain


Occipital headache and neck pain since few months

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Male

The posterior occipital protuberance is prominent. 

Case Discussion

Prominent posterior occipital protuberance/occipital spur is a normal variant and normally of no clinical significance.

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