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spine path comp

spine - path for comp

Ankylosing spondylitis rheumatoid arthritis variant involving the SI joints and spine
Clay shoveler’s fracture avulsion fracture of the spinous process in the lower cervical or upper thoracic spine
Hangman’s fracture fracture of the anterior arch of C2 due to hyperextension
Jefferson fracture comminuted fracture of the ring of C1
Osteoarthritis (DJD) form of arthritis marked by progressive cartilage deterioration
Osteopetrosis increased density of atypically soft bone
Paget’s disease thick soft bone marked by bowing and fractures
Scheuermann’s disease adolescent onset kyphosis
Sponylolisthesis foreward displacement of a vertebra over a lower vertebra
Spondylosysis breaking down of the vertebra
Subluxation incomplete dislocation
Multiple myeloma malignant neoplasm of plasma cells involving the bone marrow and causing destruction of bone
Created by: annaluz87