Neuromuscular/Syndromic Deformity

The term "neuromuscular disorders" is a catch-all that refers to a wide range of illnesses with various symptoms. The terms "muscle disease," "neuromuscular ailments," and "neuromuscular disorders" all refer to a class of illnesses that either affect the muscles, including those in the arms, legs, heart, and lungs, or the nerves that govern the muscles. Rather than having a straight spine, a kid with neuromuscular scoliosis has a spine that resembles the letter "C." The ribs can be pulled along with the spine as it is rotated or twisted to create a three-dimensional curve.

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