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163 Possible Causes for Kyphosis, Sloping Shoulders

  • Trisomy 20

    Recurring features include; spinal abnormalities (including spinal stenosis, vertebral fusion, and kyphosis), hypotonia, lifelong constipation, sloped shoulders, and significant[] At 9 months of age moderate psychomotor retardation, central hypotonia with peripheral hypertonia, numerous minor morphogenetic variants, marked kyphosis, and extensive Mongolian[] shoulders, and significant learning disabilities despite normal intelligence. [2] Trisomy 20 usually results from an error that occurs when an egg or sperm cell develops[]

  • Osteoporosis

    If this happens, you may get any or all of these symptoms: Sloping shoulders Curve in the back Height loss Back pain Hunched posture What causes osteoporosis?[] In the setting of multiple fractures with severe kyphosis, the pain may become chronic.[] His scoliosis remains stable, but a minor progression of kyphosis has been noted in the last year.[]

  • Scoliosis

    ", that is an inclination of the entire brace above the apical vertebra of the thoracic curve opposite to the proximal slope, together with an advancement of the shoulder[] What are the causes of kyphosis? Kyphosis can occur at any age, although it is rare at birth.[] One main point to be carefully considered is the correction of high thoracic slopes above the T5 vertebra.[]

  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    shoulders that can be apposed at the midline, short stature, mid-face hypoplasia, multiple supernumerary teeth, and skeletal anomalies.[] […] in 10% Thorax may be narrowed and/or bell-shaped Small scapulae Supernumerary ribs Incompletely ossified sternum Spine Hemivertebrae, spondylosis (frequent) Exaggerated kyphosis[] […] susceptibility to fractures Abnormal susceptibility to fractures Bone fragility Frequent broken bones Increased bone fragility Increased tendency to fractures [ more ] 0002659 Kyphosis[]

  • Myopathy

    Neurological examinations revealed sloping shoulders, weakness, and atrophy in the proximal areas of the arms, shoulder girdle muscles, and legs.[]

  • Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva

    Hayden can barely bend forward, and he cannot raise his arms much above his shoulders. Once down that slope, he may not be able to get back up.[] Lumbar lordosis was obliterated with generalized straightening of spinal curvatures but no obvious kyphosis was noted.[] Cervical lordosis and thoracic kyphosis were diminished. All the masses were hard in consistency.[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    Recognisable skeletal abnormalities include hypoplastic facial bones, hypoplastic clavicles, narrow and anteriorly sloping shoulders, bowing of both forearm bones, brachydactyly[] Late onset paraplegia can be due to disease reactivation, bony ridge compression, or unstable kyphosis.[] Over the ensuing 4 years of follow-up, she developed a progressive thoracolumbar kyphosis that progressed to 105 degrees.[]

  • Platyspondyly

    shoulders Neurodevelopmental delay Hyperhidrosis Pes cavus Large earlobe Proptosis Nephroblastoma Hypothyroidism Inverted nipples Enlarged kidney Broad forehead Talipes Stiff[] […] short stature Spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia Thoracic kyphosis Coxa vara Lumbar scoliosis Mucopolysacchariduria Stiff neck Lumbar hyperlordosis Osteoporosis Posteriorly[] […] include cataract, loss of vision due to retinal detachment, facial dysmorphism, facial hypotonia, normal height with disproportional short trunk, immobile spine with thorakal kyphosis[]

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy-Hypergonadotropic Hypogonadism Syndrome

    shoulders, aged appearance of the hands and feet and facial dysmorphism (beaked nose and severe retrognathia).[] (alopecia); gastroesophageal reflux; pain in the middle of the abdomen just below the sternum (epigastric pain); and abnormal side-to-side (scoliosis) or front-to-back (kyphosis[] […] syndrome Carrington Syndrome Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia Like Syndrome Cartwright Nelson Fryns Syndrome Cataract Microcornea Syndrome Cataract, Microcephaly, Arthrogryposis, Kyphosis[]

  • Cross Syndrome

    […] of the shoulder, front of shoulder, and tight, sore, upper back.[] Specific postural changes are seen in UCS, including forward head posture, increased cervical lordosis and thoracic kyphosis, elevated and protracted shoulders, and rotation[] He has a special interest in nerve compression and spine problems such as back & neck pain, scoliosis, kyphosis, spine tumor & infection, spinal cord injury, osteoporosis[]

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