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The SCM acts alone in allowing the head to tilt to the side, and therefore a congenital absence of an SCM is associated with congenital torticollis.
Congenital torticollis, a twisting of fetal posture due to lack of amniotic fluid, produces the same anatomical pattern in modern humans, Hublin says.
The subcutaneous cord has been shown to contain connective tissue and muscular bundles similar to findings in congenital torticollis.

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