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826 Possible Causes for Lordosis, Normal

  • Pseudoachondroplasia

    The case of the current report also had lumbar lordosis ( Figure 1 ). Lumbar lordosis is observed in around 50% of affected individuals ( 4 ).[] […] dysplasia Clinical Early onset with limb growth–irregular 'mushroomed' metaphyses, small, irregular and fragmented epiphyses, short bowed diaphyses, flattened vertebrae, lumbar lordosis[] Some individuals develop abnormal curvatures of the spine (scoliosis and/or lordosis) during childhood.[]

  • Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia

    Increased ligamentous laxity was present in 95%, limited extension of the elbows in 92%, increased lumbar lordosis in 85%, thoracal deformity in 68%, genu varum in 63% and[] Fibroblasts from three CHH individuals also proliferated at a significantly decreased rate, compared to two normal lines.[] Lumbar lordosis is increased ( 11 ).[]

  • Achondroplasia

    Affected individuals exhibit short stature caused by rhizomelic shortening of the limbs, characteristic facies with frontal bossing and mid-face hypoplasia, exaggerated lumbar lordosis[] Answer 4: Type I collagen is an essential component of normal bone tissue.[] With walking , the hump goes away and a pronounced sway (lordosis) of the lumbar region (the lower back) becomes apparent.[]

  • Hypochondroplasia

    Other features include a large head, limited range of motion in the elbows, lordosis, and bowed legs.[] […] dominant trait; clinical features resemble those of achondroplasia but are milder, such as short stature with a long trunk and short limbs, broad and short fingers; the face is normal[] Shortened Limbs Broad, short hands and feet Large head Limited range of motion in the elbow Sway of the lower back ( lordosis ) Bowed legs Small percentage have mild to moderate[]

  • Nemaline Myopathy 2

    Less Common Symptoms of Nemaline myopathy 2 High arched palate Lordosis Rigid spine Scoliosis Chest deformities more symptoms...»[] A routine electrocardiography 2 years earlier was normal, and a chest radiograph 1.5 years earlier was also normal.[] Scoliosis and lordosis pose technical difficulties with regard to regional anesthesia.[]

  • Wolcott-Rallison Syndrome

    There is usually a short trunk, excessive lordosis, a short and broad chest, and genu valgum.[] Random growth hormone was within the normal range.[] Other findings may include: diffuse demineralization with an early tendency to fracture, kyphosis, lordosis, platyspondyly, bowed femora, growth retardation, and renal failure[]

  • Hallermann Syndrome

    Skeletal abnormalities have also been reported in some cases, such as widely flared shoulder blades (winged scapula), abnormal curvature of the spine (lordosis or scoliosis[] Developmental delays are common but most individuals have normal or near-normal intelligence.[] Hallermann-Streiff syndrome is a congenital disorder involving glaucoma in both eyes, microphthalmia [smaller-than-normal eyes], dwarfism, lower-than-normal amount of body[]

  • Spondylocarpotarsal Synostosis

    The vertebral abnormalities may result in an abnormally curved lower back (lordosis) and a spine that curves to the side (scoliosis).[] Find all the answers you need about normal and abnormal morphogenesis, minor anomalies and their relevance, clinical approaches to specific diagnoses, and normal standards[] Radiography showed that the spine, hands, and feet were all normal except for generalized short digits. Au- diometry was normal as well. The father’s height was normal.[]

  • Iniencephaly

    The present work has characterized a case of the rare deformity, iniencephaly, with associated defects of rachischisis, cervicothoracic lordosis, esophageal atresia, hypoplastic[] While some have nearly normal development and intelligence, most show no significant development beyond that of a normal child who is 3 to 5 months old.[] […] thorax because of absent neck overall shortening of the fetus variable deficit of the occipital bones, enlarged foramen magnum malformed cervical and thoracic spine: cervical lordosis[]

  • Kyphosis

    The following conditions can cause lordosis: Achondroplasia .[] This degeneration can cause loss of the normal disc height.[] […] excludes note is for used for when two conditions cannot occur together, such as a congenital form versus an acquired form of the same condition. congenital kyphosis and lordosis[]

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