Congenital Anomalies of the Spine-COMLEX-Step1

Congenital Anomalies of the Spine-COMLEX-Step1 - Where does...

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If a pt presents and you notice that there is no separation of the facet joints (they are fused), what do you expect the shape of the patient's spine to be? Vertebrae that fail to separate; no intervertebral disc What is the net result of block vertebrae? What is the treatment for hemivertebrae in children? Which vertebral segment is subject to more congenital ano­ malies than any other bone in the body? What are common skin conditions asso­ ciation with lumbar anomalies? Where does facet tropism most commonly occur? What is the most common anomaly in the lumbar region? Name the skeletal anomalies that occur in multiple regions of the spine
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Premature dege­ nerative disc disease and segmental instability Block vertebrae Increased lordosis Hairy nevus (fawn's beard) Pigmented nevus Lipomatous mass Dermal Sinus L5 Surgical excision of the hemivertebra Block Vertebrae Other Failure of Segmentation A­ nomalies Hemi Vertebrae Spina Bifida Occulta Hemangioma V­ ertebra Zygapophyseal Tropism Lumbosacral ju­ nction
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what does a block vertebrae feel like on palpation what is the net result of a blocked vertebrae
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course MS 1 taught by Professor Fall2008 during the Fall '08 term at Nova Southeastern University.

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