Yes the CT shows a rotation
Findings There is straighting of the lordotic curve.The prevertebralspace is grossly unremarkable. The predental space is normal in appearance.The disk spacesare maintained. The vertical hieghts of vertibrates are prserved.
The altlantoocciptal is preserved. There is a rotaion of C1 on C2 with a step deformity identified on the right that measures 5.5 mm anteriorly. no accute fracture or dislocation can be identified. Ligamentous injury has not been excluded.
Soft tissue injury has not been excluded. Multiple small lymph nodes can be identified in submental region on both sides and also along the internal jugular vein posteriorly. This needs to be interpited in light of clinnical assessment.
The apices of the lungs appear grossley unremarkable. The airway is patent.
There is rotation of C1 on C2
This the report from Edmonton Doctor