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Scoliosis

What Is Scoliosis And What Are The Symptoms

Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine that most commonly affects teenagers. It can develop in adults who have cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, although the reason of most childhood scoliosis is unknown. It is usually moderate, but certain curvature increases as children grow older. It is a debilitating condition. The amount of room …

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muscle strain

What Is Muscle Strain And How To Cure It?

When a muscle is overstretched or ripped, it is referred to as a pulled muscle. This usually happens as a result of muscle exhaustion, overuse, or inappropriate use. Strains can occur in any muscle, but the lower back, neck, shoulder, and hamstring, which is the muscle behind your leg, are most likely to suffer muscle …

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What Is X-Linked Hypophosphatemia And Treatment For It?

XLH appears during youth which can be diagnosed with regular clinical highlights of rickets, along with short height, bone aches, and skeletal deformations (bowed legs, genu varum, rachitic rosary). XLH also emerge as dental irregularities (abscesses, cavities, strange enamel) are seen in youngsters and grown-ups. Cranial irregularities are likewise seen as of thickness of parietal …

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Bone Fibrous dysplasia

What Is Fibrous Dysplasia And What Causes It?

Fibrous dysplasia is a rare bone condition in which scar-like (fibrous) tissue replaces normal bone tissue. The damaged bone may become weaker as a result of the uneven tissue, causing it to deform or fracture. Fibrous dysplasia most commonly affects a single bone; however, it can sometimes affect numerous bones. Adolescents and young adults are …

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elbow weakning

Why Should You Not Lean On Your Elbows For A Long Time?

Bursitis is a painful disorder affecting the bursae, which are tiny, fluid-filled sacs that protect the bones, tendons, and muscles around your joints. Bursitis is a condition in which the bursae become inflamed. Bursitis is most commonly found in the shoulder, elbow, and hip. Bursitis can also occur at your knee, heel, or the base …

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toe pain

What it means to have intense pain in the big toe of your foot ?

Gout is a frequent and complicated kind of arthritis that can strike anyone at any time. It’s marked by sudden, acute pain, swelling, redness, and tenderness in one or more joints, most commonly the big toe. Gout attacks can strike without warning, waking you up in the middle of the night with the impression that …

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Osteogenesis

What Is Osteogenesis Imperfecta And What Cause It?

  Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is hereditary illness that predominantly influence the bones. Individuals with this condition have bones, with relatively low durability and thus break from mild injury or with no obvious reason. Ranging from various cracks and in extreme cases, that can happen even before birth. Milder cases might include a couple of cracks …

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MULTIPLE OSTEOCHONDROMAS

What IS Multiple Osteochondromas (MO)

  Osteochondromas Is the bony growth due to a certain protein. The bone deformities develop and increase in size in the till adolescence. They are pedunculated or sessile (wide base) and can change broadly in size. The quantity of osteochondromas might differ fundamentally among the families, the mean number of areas is 15-18, as the …

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Stooped-posture

WHAT IS ACHONDROPLASIA AND WHAT CAUSES IT?

  Trademark clinical characteristics of Achondroplasia includes short appendages with rhizomelia, long and thin trunk and macrocephaly with front facing bossing and midfacial hypoplasia with discouraged nasal scaffold are also commonly noticeable upon birth. Hands are expansive, short and harpoon molded. Hypotonia causes hypermobile joints especially in the lower limits. A more unusual shape in …

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