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23-08-2012, 14:57

Spondylolisthesis

Forward slipping of one vertebra on another (spondylolisthesis), has been recognized as a cause of back disability in adolescence for over 200 years. 
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23-08-2012, 14:50

Backache and disc disease

Traditionally, it has been taught that children and adolescents rarely experience back pain and when they do, significant underlying pathology is often present and aggressive investigation is necessary to determine the cause.
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23-08-2012, 14:41

Scheuermann’s disease

The second most common type of spinal deformity seen by physicians is adolescent roundback, or Scheuermann’s disease.
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23-08-2012, 14:35

Idiopathic adolescent scoliosis

Scoliosis is a combination of spinal bending (list) and spinal rotation. Idiopathic adolescent scoliosis is the most common type of spinal deformity.
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7-11-2010, 16:10

Discoid meniscus

Discoid meniscus is usually seen between one and eight years of age although occasional cases have been seen under one year of age.
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7-11-2010, 16:07

Kohler’s disease

Kohler’s disease is a nutritional disorder of the tarsal navicular that results in an avascular necrosis. It is thought to occur as a consequence of cumulative minor traumata.
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7-11-2010, 15:59

Muscular dystrophies

Although there are several muscular dystrophies in childhood, three types are seen with some degree of regularity: progressive muscular dystrophy; limb-girdle dystrophy; and facio-scapulo-humeral dystrophy.
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7-11-2010, 15:50

Subluxation of the radial head

“Pulled elbow” is most commonly seen in children between one and five years of age. It occurs following an injury sustained in which the child’s forearmor hand is being held and the child attempts to fall away, or is lifted from the ground by the hands.
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7-11-2010, 15:44

Spastic torticollis

In addition to the far more common congenital muscular torticollis, there is a type of torticollis or “wryneck” that appears in the toddler to adolescent age group that is associated with either inflammatory conditions in the cervical region, traumatic lesions, tumors or neurogenic disorders.
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7-11-2010, 14:17

Popliteal cysts (ganglions)

Popliteal cysts are soft tissue masses that appear in the posterior aspect of the knee, usually in the area of the medial popliteal space.
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