juvenile muscular atrophy n.
Slowly progressive proximal muscular weakness accompanied by fasciculation, wasting, and lower motor neuron disease, with onset usually between 2 and 17 years.
- Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
juvenile myoclonic epilepsy n. A form of epilepsy that occurs in adolescents, usually upon awakening, and is characterized by jerks of the shoulder muscles and by seizures that have a clonic phase, followed by a tonic phase, then by a return to clonus.
- Juvenile offender
noun a person below age 18 who has committed a crime
noun 1. a police officer concerned with juvenile delinquents.
- Juvenile-onset diabetes
[joo-vuh-nl-on-set, -awn-, -nahyl-] /ˈdʒu və nlˈɒnˌsɛt, -ˈɔn-, -ˌnaɪl-/ noun, Pathology. 1. (def 3). juvenile-onset diabetes n. Insulin-dependent diabetes.