scoliotic


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sco·li·ot·ic

(skō'lē-ot'ik),
Relating to or suffering from scoliosis.

sco·li·ot·ic

(skō'lē-ot'ik)
Relating to or suffering from scoliosis.

scoliotic

(skō-lē-ŏt′ĭk)
Suffering from, or related to, scoliosis.
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Instead of just waiting to see if their curves will worsen, we can be proactive and actually reduce and stabilize their Scoliotic curves when they are smaller and easier to work with, preventing them from increasing and becoming surgical candidates," concluded Dr.
Along with Jean, Dr Graf conducted a fundamental research on 3D reconstruction of scoliotic deformity, from front and lateral X-Rays with the help of a Cypersonal computer,CO a rare feature in the late 70s.
For analyzing the 3D human spine scoliotic deformations, this paper proposes the use of rigid transforms between references systems (figure 1).
See also Jane Farrell-Beck, "Medical and Commercial Supports for Scoliotic Patients, 1819-1935," Caduceus: A Museum Quarterly for the Health Sciences 11 (Winter 1995): 142-63; Valerie Steele, The Corset (New Haven, CT, 2001), 71.
A scoliotic, pallid man with a sweaty helmet of black hair and a sternum puckered like the halves of a clamshell, he extended both his hands up to me as if to be pulled up from his chair.
Treatment of scoliotic curves of 10 degrees or less is unnecessary.
Dad pausing now and then to sign of f on someone's chart, run his fingers over vertebrae 4 and 5 of a hard-plastic scoliotic back--the Scylla and Charybdis, he liked to say, of any major spinal operation.
Screenings, therefore, are essential since scoliotic spines may have a lateral curvature but exist without measurable rotation--however, measurable rotation does not always indicate scoliosis.
Proprioceptive control of rhythmic walking was best facilitated in hemiparetic stroke conditions, spastic disorders, and arthritic and scoliotic conditions.