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Back Pain

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, chronic back pain is the most frequent cause of activity limitation in Americans under 45 years old, with back pain affecting 70 to 85 percent of us at some point in our lives. Back pain can be acute, or of a short...
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Craniosynostosis

Craniosynostosis refers to a birth defect of the brain, where one or more of the joints between the bones of a baby’s skull close prematurely, prior to the brain being fully developed. Babies with this condition usually have a head that is misshapen because their brain is unable...
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Moyamoya

Also referred to as Moyamoya syndrome, Moyamoya disease is a rare but serious condition that mainly affects children and adolescents. It causes the walls of the carotid arteries to thicken and narrow, blocking normal blood flow to the brain. As a result, young patients with...
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Vascular Malformation

Vascular malformations refer to abnormal clusters of blood vessels that usually occur during fetal development. While the precise cause of such malformations is unknown, both males and females can be affected. Most of the time, these vascular lesions are present at birth, but in...
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Congenital Brain Anomalies

Congenital brain anomalies or defects are classified as abnormalities in the brain that present themselves at birth. They tend to affect the bone and soft tissue in the head and spine and can vary from mild to more severe conditions. Congenital brain anomalies typically result...
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Cerebrovascular Diseases

Cerebrovascular diseases are most commonly associated with blood vessel disorders of the brain that limit blood flow, and can lead to stroke or hemorrhage. Some types of cerebrovascular diseases include cerebral embolism, cerebral thrombosis, and cerebral hemorrhage, as well as...
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Brain Tumors

A brain tumor is characterized by an abnormal growth of tissue in the brain or central spine area, which can cause a disruption in normal brain functionality. Tumors are classified based on cell origin, and whether they appear cancerous (malignant) or not (benign). Malignant...
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Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a neurological condition which affects nerve cell activity in the brain, causing seizures or bouts of unusual behavior to occur. Patients with epilepsy can also experience varying sensations and loss of consciousness. The disorder can result from different conditions...
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Spasticity

Spasticity is a condition in which certain muscles continuously contract. This contraction causes stiffness and tightness of the muscles and can interfere the normal daily activities like movement and speech. Spasticity is typically caused by damage to the portion of the brain or...
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Cervical Spine Instability

Cervical spine instability happens when painful, excessive motion of vertebral bodies within the cervical spine, in relation to one another, causes imbalance in the cervical, or top-of-spine region. Cervical spine instability causes patients to feel as if the neck and upper spine...
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