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Congenital (from birth) torticollis is due to a shortened neck muscle. The muscle may get injured before or during the baby's birth. The injured muscle may bleed and swell. And scar tissue may replace some of the muscle, making it shorter.
A stroke is a very uncommon reason for the same.
I do believe that multiple normal neurological examinations mean that she does not have any neurological problems, and that a stroke / tumor is NOT the cause of her symptoms.
I do not think that there is any reason to be worried ....
Dr Gupta, MD, Pediatrician
My apologies for a delay in reply,
Yes, the tongue problem is likely to be related to the torticollis.
The BP reading is appropriate for a 3 year old kid, especially if there are no other symptoms,
Dr Gupta, MD
I fully agree with the neurologist statement.
A tumor will present with progressively increasing symptoms that involve more than 1 part of the body.