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osteoporosis
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ankylosing spondylitis
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spina bifida
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cleft palate
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osteogenesis imperfecta
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clubfoot or talipes
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scoliosis
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kyphosis
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lordosis
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osteopetrosis
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paget's disease
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osteitis fibrosa cystica
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radiation therapy
when radiation is used to treat a bone disorder, or is part of treatment for malignancy, the bone becomes brittle and fragile due to the changes in its structure. it happens whether the bone is directly treated, or if the treatment site involves bony structure
osteonecrosis or ischemic necrosis
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legg-calve'-perthes disease
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scheuermann's disease
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osteochondritis dissecans
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osgood-schlatter disease
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general growing pains
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osteomyelitis
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tuberculosis
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tumors
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osteoma
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osteosarcomas
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osteochondroma
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rickets
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scurvey
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whiplash
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dislocation
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subluxation
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osteochondritis
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osteochondrosis
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fractures
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compound or open fractures
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simple or closed fractures
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greenstick fractures
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impacted fractures
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comminuted fractures
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complete fracture
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incomplete fracture
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compression fracture
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depressed fracture
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stress fracture
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immobilization
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repetitive overuse
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spondylolisthesis
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spondylitis
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spondylosis
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abnormal spinal curvatures
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flattening of the lumbar curve
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lumbar lordosis
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gibbus
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list
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sprain 1st, 2nd, 3rd degrees
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arthritis
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osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease
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rheumatoid arthritis
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gout
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infectious arthritis
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bursitis
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lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
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medial epicondylitis (golfer's or pitcher's elbow)
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adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
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tendinitis
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tenosynovitis
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genu valgum
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genu varum
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hallux malleus
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backache
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herniated disc
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compressed disc
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stress-induced muscle tension and headache
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muscle strain
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contusion
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muscle infections
several bacteria, viruses, and parasites may infect muscle tissue, often producing local or widespread myositis. for example, in trichinosis caused by a parasite, widespread myositis is common. the muscle pain and stiffness that sometimes accompany influenza is another example
poliomyelitis
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post polio syndrome
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myositis ossificans
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cramps/spasms
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flaccidity
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spasticity
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contracture
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muscular dystrophy
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duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)
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fasio-scapulo-humeral dystrophy, limb-girdle dystrophy
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myasthenia gravis
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hernias
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torticollis
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whiplash associated disorders
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dupuytren's contacture
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rotator cuff tears
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shin splints
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anterior compartment syndrome
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plantar fasciitis
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fibromyalgia
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chronic fatigue syndrome
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acquired metabolic and toxic myopathies
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levels 1, 2, and 3 strain
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