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Posttraumatic spondylitis

Introduction: Posttraumatic spondylitis

Description of Posttraumatic spondylitis

Posttraumatic spondylitis: A group of symptoms that are associated with a spinal injury involving compression fracture of the vertebrae. Symptoms include spinal pain, changes in the spine shape and leg weakness. Also called Kümmell’s spondylitis, Kümmell’s disease and traumatic spondylopathy.

Posttraumatic spondylitis: Related Topics

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Posttraumatic spondylitis as a Disease

Posttraumatic spondylitis: Type of or association with medical condition Spondylitis.
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Posttraumatic spondylitis: Related Diseases

Posttraumatic spondylitis: Posttraumatic spondylitis is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Posttraumatic spondylitis as a subtype of Spondylitis

Spondylitis (medical condition): Inflammation of one or multiple bony vertebrae of the spine

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