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The diagnosis is usually made on plain film. Its exact etiology is unknown but a proposed mechanism is by aseptic necrosis of the vertebral apophysial rings. Excessive axial spine load due to heavy weightlifting may also contribute. To apply the label of classical Scheuermann disease, the Sorensen criteria need to be met 9 :. Management is largely dependent on the degree of kyphosis :. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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Systems: Musculoskeletal , Spine. Sections: Gamuts , Classifications. Synonyms or Alternate Spellings: Sorensen classification Sorensen criteria Scheuermann's kyphosis Scheuermann's disease Scheuermann kyphosis Juvenile thoracic kyphosis Scheuermann-Delahaye's disease Vertebral epiphisitis Kyphosis dorsalis juvenilis Classical Scheuermann disease Classic Scheuemann disease Scheuermann's disease.

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Scheuermann's Kyphosis

Case series. Serie de casos. To describe the results of surgical treatment of Scheuermann's disease by the posterior approach. A descriptive, retrospective, longitudinal study in which patients with Scheuermann's disease, treated surgically by the posterior approach at the Hospital de Traumatologia y Ortopedia [Hospital for Traumatology and Orthopedics] "Lomas Verdes" IMSS. The Cobb method was used to measure the kyphosis in all the patients, of T5-T The surgical technique used was vertebral shortening by the Ponte osteotomy technique, at the apex of the deformity, accompanied by transpedicular instrumentation and posterior arthrodesis.

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The diagnosis is usually made on plain film. Its exact etiology is unknown but a proposed mechanism is by aseptic necrosis of the vertebral apophysial rings. Excessive axial spine load due to heavy weightlifting may also contribute. To apply the label of classical Scheuermann disease, the Sorensen criteria need to be met 9 :. Management is largely dependent on the degree of kyphosis :. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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Scheuermann's disease

Scheuermann's disease is a self-limiting skeletal disorder of childhood. Scheuermann's disease describes a condition where the vertebrae grow unevenly with respect to the sagittal plane ; that is, the posterior angle is often greater than the anterior. This uneven growth results in the signature "wedging" shape of the vertebrae, causing kyphosis. It is named after Danish surgeon Holger Scheuermann. Scheuermann's disease is considered to be a form of juvenile osteochondrosis of the spine. It is found mostly in teenagers and presents a significantly worse deformity than postural kyphosis. The apex of their curve, located in the thoracic vertebrae, is quite rigid.

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