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Spinal Osteochondrosis

Spinal Osteochondrosis Unspecified


Presentation

  • Usually, the delay or impairment has been present from as early as it could be detected reliably and will... ‏[books.google.com]
  • A systematic review was carried out using Science Citation Index (SCI) Expanded (1900 – present), Social Sciences Citation Index (1956 – present), Arts and Humanities Citation Index (1965 – present), Medline (1950 – present) and PubMed Central databases[doi.org]
  • In a step-by-step, chapter-by-chapter walk through the pages, the author presents two scientific discoveries, which not only unravel the mystery of scoliosis, but also the origin of numerous diseases of humans linked with the deformity of the spine.[books.google.com]
Increased Energy
  • الصفحة 137 - A disorder characterized by a persistent mild elevation of mood, increased energy and activity, and usually marked feelings of well-being and both physical and mental efficiency.[books.google.com]
Acute Abdomen
  • Its symptoms and syndromes can mimic the clinical picture of myocardial infarction, acute abdomen, lesions of the biliary tract and urogenital system.[medicalj-center.info]
Back Pain
  • This leads to neck, hip and back pain, and subsequently to further malpositions. This vicious circle can later lead to spinal column wear.[kybun.com]
  • pain and psychosocial interactions, biomechanics, and more.[books.google.com]
  • Kyphosis between 50 and 75 degrees, where there is significant growth remaining or persistent back pain, may be managed by a brace.[back.com]
  • These changes are characteristic of stable forms of low back pain.[medicalj-center.info]
Bone Disorder
  • […] encyclopedia of medical concepts More information in Books or on Definition : A bone disorder involving ossification centers (EPIPHYSES) of the VERTEBRAL COLUMN. coordinate with specific vertebra Examples Scheuermann Disease Other names Spine Osteochondrosis[reference.md]
  • disorder involving ossification centers ( EPIPHYSES ) of the VERTEBRAL COLUMN.[decs.bvs.br]
  • Spinal Osteochondrosis A bone disorder involving ossification centers (EPIPHYSES) of the VERTEBRAL COLUMN. Year introduced: 2009 Select item 68012544 3.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
Spine Pain
  • Symptoms Pain in spine. Pain in lower back, in middle back and in cervical spine. Pain may move to other parts of the body. Body’s movement ability may be limited.[evromedika.ru]
  • Palpation paravertebral points of the cervical spine painful. On radiographs are defined by different severity of the signs of osteochondrosis, spondylosis.[medicalency.com]
  • From a chronological point of view, Upper and Mid-back Pain tends to increase in incidence with the aging process of the spine. Pain in this region in growing children and adolescents is generally rare by comparison.[icd10orthocoder.com]
Upper Back Pain
  • Learn more: Thoracic Spine Anatomy and Upper Back Pain Kyphosis is any kind of excessive curvature of the thoracic spine.[spine-health.com]
  • Because the posterior ribs attach to, and have joints with the thoracic vertebrae, this would be another possible source of upper back pain.[icd10orthocoder.com]
Pelvic Pain
  • The author believes that asymmetrical structure of our body is the cause of various diseases such as osteochondrosis, deforming spondylosis, chronic sacral–pelvic pain and fibromyalgia.[books.google.com]
Confabulation
  • Confabulation may be a marked feature, but perception and other cognitive functions, including the intellect, are usually intact. The prognosis depends on the course of the underlying lesion. ‏[books.google.com]

Workup

  • Bradford reported on 12 patients with Scheuermann kyphosis who were prospectively studied with an extensive osteoporosis workup, including an iliac crest biopsy. [5] Some of the patients with Scheuermann kyphosis were demonstrated to have a mild form[emedicine.com]

Treatment

  • Treatment results and their discussion.[shungit-store.com]
  • Modern treatment technologies and treatment methods. ... Health Center with a comprehensive outpatient care. More than 20 doctors of various specialisations. Modern treatment technologies and treatment methods.[wunderdoc.com]
  • Treatment of the condition depends on the severity of disease symptoms. The goal is to stabilize the spine, so physical therapy is often one of the first conservative treatment options.[sinicropispine.com]
  • Ushakov, are used in the spinal osteochondrosis treatment. Stability in the treatment results is achieved by this way. We more often are subject to the imposed settlement of a pain among many disease manifestations.[en.dr-md.ru]
  • Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose: Treatment Official Title: Sling Suspension Versus Gym Balls in the Treatment of Juvenile Spinal Osteochondrosis in Adolescent Girls Actual Study Start Date : September 1, 2017 Actual Primary Completion Date[clinicaltrials.gov]

Prognosis

Etiology

  • English : BL blood CF cerebrospinal fluid CI chemically induced CL classification CO complications CN congenital DI diagnosis DG diagnostic imaging DH diet therapy DT drug therapy EC economics EM embryology EN enzymology EP epidemiology EH ethnology ET etiology[decs.bvs.br]
  • Abstract Scheuermann's disease of the thoracic spine is a well-defined entity, although its exact etiology is unknown. In the thoracolumbar or lumbar spine however, the criteria are much less strict for the application of this eponym.[doi.org]
  • Etiology unknown. Some cases are familial with autosomal dominant inheritance and variable expressivity. Bibliography H. W. Scheuermann: Kyphosis dorsalis juvenilis. Ugeskrift for Læger, Copenhagen, 1920, 82: 385-393. Kyphosis dorsalis juvenilis.[whonamedit.com]
  • Etiology The proximate cause of Scheuermann kyphosis remains to be determined.[emedicine.com]

Epidemiology

  • 2009 Allowable Qualifiers English : BL blood CF cerebrospinal fluid CI chemically induced CL classification CO complications CN congenital DI diagnosis DG diagnostic imaging DH diet therapy DT drug therapy EC economics EM embryology EN enzymology EP epidemiology[decs.bvs.br]
  • Epidemiology The prevalence of Scheuermann kyphosis is estimated to be 4-8% of the general population.[emedicine.com]
  • Epidemiology The frequency with which osteochondroses affect different sites varies. Because they are self-limiting disorders, they often go undiagnosed; consequently, exact documentation is difficult.[emedicine.medscape.com]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Pathophysiology

  • […] of the radius Schaefer disease Distal epiphysis of the ulna Burns disease Medial humeral condyle Froelich disease Lateral humeral condyle Froelich disease Capitellum of the humerus Panner disease Humeral head Hass disease Clavicle Friedrich disease Pathophysiology[boneandspine.com]
  • In view of the evolving nature of the nomenclature, all three terms—disease, syndrome, and phenomenon—will be used in this article (see Pathophysiology, Classification, below).[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Pathophysiology Although the etiology of Scheuermann kyphosis is not fully understood, the histologic and pathologic findings are well described.[emedicine.com]

Prevention

  • Improved blood circulation of the nerve tissue is again possible, so that the patient’s discomfort subsides and disease progression can be prevented.[dr-reinhold.com]
  • […] diet therapy DT drug therapy EC economics EM embryology EN enzymology EP epidemiology EH ethnology ET etiology GE genetics HI history IM immunology ME metabolism MI microbiology MO mortality NU nursing PS parasitology PA pathology PP physiopathology PC prevention[decs.bvs.br]
  • 1900 – present), Social Sciences Citation Index (1956 – present), Arts and Humanities Citation Index (1965 – present), Medline (1950 – present) and PubMed Central databases (1887 – present) to access information regarding efficacy of spine surgery in preventing[doi.org]

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