An antiparkinsonian agent

Therefore, patients with Scheuermann-Mau disease often try to bend over, make turns around the axis - this makes it easier for them. The pains are aggravated by lifting weights and often in the evening. Children often complain of rapid fatigue. Gradually, the stoop turns into pronounced kyphosis, which, in turn, the spine tries to compensate for with lumbar and cervical lordosis.

In such a situation, patients with Scheuermann-Mau disease have not only kyphotic, but round-concave spinal deformity. Unfortunately, the disease progresses at least slowly, and with age, the consequences of secondary degenerative changes in the spine begin to come to the fore.

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