Incidental findings of atypical Scheuermann’s disease at radiography of the lumbar spine: a case report
Keywords:Schmorl nodes, plain film radiography, middle aged adult
A 35-year-old male presented with non-specific chronic lumbago. A radiographic examination of the lumbar spine indicated incidental findings of atypical Scheuermann’s disease, namely a Schmorl node at lumbar vertebra 2 (L2) and a limbus vertebra at lumbar vertebra 3 (L3). Degenerative changes were also noted at the fourth and fifth lumbar vertebrae.
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