Scheuermann's disease: A skeletal disease that usually begins in adolescence, and results in a hunched back. Treatment with casting and a back brace is successful if undertaken early. Also known as juvenile kyphosis, curvature of the spine.
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Scheuermann's disease, or Scheuermann's kyphosis, is a condition in which the normal roundback in the upper spine (called a kyphosis) is increased.
Scheuermann, or Scheuermann's, disease (juvenile ) is a deformity in the thoracic or thoracolumbar spine in children.
ScheuermannÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s is a developmental disease found in adolescents in which abnormal development of spine vertebrae leads to wedge-shaped rather than rectangular vertebrae.
A Patient's Guide to Scheuermann's Disease Introduction The section of spine from below the neck to the bottom of the rib cage is called the thoracic spine.