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Kyphosis – Hunchback or humpback


Kyphosis is a progressive spinal disorder that can affect children or adults. This disorder may cause a deformity described as humpback or hunchback. Kyphosis can be in the form of hyperkyphosis or sharp angular gibbus deformity. Abnormal kyphotic curves are more commonly found in the thoracic or thoracolumbar spine, although they can be cervical.

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An abnormal spinal anatomy may result in the following conditions:



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