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"Morbus Scheuermann"

English translation: Scheuermann's disease

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German term or phrase:Morbus Scheuermann
English translation:Scheuermann's disease
Entered by: Vidmantas Stilius
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12:37 Jul 30, 2001
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German term or phrase: "Morbus Scheuermann"
a condition of the spine
S.Groth
Scheuermann's disease
Explanation:
Scheuermann's disease

Danish surgeon



osteochondritis involving one or more of the vertebrae. The condition often arises in adolescence and causes spinal pain and kyphosis. It usually resolves spontaneously without deformity, causing sclerotic change in the affected bone.

[Scheuermann, H. W. (1877 - 1960)]
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naScheuermann's disease
Vidmantas Stilius
najuvenile osteochondrosismichnick


  

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juvenile osteochondrosis


Explanation:
Morbus Scheuermann =
Scheuermann' Krankheit -> juvenile osteochondrosis

In www.mcis.duke.edu/standards/termcode/icd9/1tabular730.html
you find e.g.:

Juvenile osteochondrosis of spine: Juvenile osteochondrosis (of):
marginal or vertebral ephiphysis (of Scheurermann) spine NOS


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Scheuermann's disease


Explanation:
Scheuermann's disease

Danish surgeon



osteochondritis involving one or more of the vertebrae. The condition often arises in adolescence and causes spinal pain and kyphosis. It usually resolves spontaneously without deformity, causing sclerotic change in the affected bone.

[Scheuermann, H. W. (1877 - 1960)]



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