rotoscoliosis

ro·to·sco·li·o·sis

(rō'tō-skō'lē-ō'sis),
Combined lateral and rotational deviation of the vertebral column.
[L. roto, to rotate, + G. skoliōsis, crookedness]

rotoscoliosis

[rō′təskō′lē·ō′sis]
a condition in which there is both lateral and rotational spinal deviation.

ro·to·sco·li·o·sis

(rō'tō-skō'lē-ō'sis)
Combined lateral and rotational deviation of the vertebral column.
[L. roto, to rotate, + G. skoliōsis, crookedness]
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The preoperative diagnosis of hydatid disease is veiy important as to limit the risk of anaphylactic shock and dissemination of rotoscoliosis during surgery, if the cyst is accidentally opened or ruptured.
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