Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine in Achondroplasia
The lumbar spine in achondroplasia is subject to changes in the early years of life which makes its development different from that of the non-achondroplastic spine with characteristic clinical-radiological features.
KeywordsResi Crest Paraplegia Neurofibromatosis Spondylolysis
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