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BOULDER — Traveling here from his home in Baltimore last week in hopes of becoming the first person with cerebral palsy and scoliosis to cross the finish line of an Ironman Triathlon, James Banks flew on an airplane for the first time.
Private 24 TV channel reported that the suspect was the grandfather of a 9-year-old girl who died two years ago as result of scoliosis complications.
Other issues included the student being nonverbal with a failure to thrive, and having chronic respiratory distress, COPD and scoliosis.
Thus began the torrent of doctor appointments and misdiagnoses — experts threw out diseases like scoliosis, Lyme disease and even cancer.
The scoliosis would become severe enough to impact her internal organs.
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Origin and Etymology of scoliosis
New Latin, from Greek skoliōsis crookedness of a bodily part, from skolios
First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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