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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In the present study we noticed a significantly reduced VC, expiratory reserve volume (ERV), inspiratory reserve volume (IRV), tidal volume (TV) and inspiratory capacity (IC) in scoliotics (p < 0.001) as shown in table number 2.
Within the period from 2003 to 2009, the 28 patients with scoliotic deformations of a backbone were operated using two staged reconstructive and corrective bone surgery methods.
Delay in the developmental program could lead to malformed embryos (e.g., scoliotic larvae) or simply to larvae without the necessary energy reserves to survive hatching.
These case reports detail the presentation of a pair of fraternal juvenile twins with dissimilar scoliotic curve characteristics in a private chiropractic practice.
(12,24) Figures 8A through 8D demonstrate surgical fixation of scoliotic curves.
[Postural control in idiopathic scoliosis: comparison between healthy and scoliotic subjects].
Surgical techniques for the treatment of scoliotic deformity have continued to evolve.
For example, a very scoliotic patient should be positioned with the midline off center to accommodate the appropriate amount of soft tissue on either side of the spine.
(8) These HPs should have proficiency and clinical competence regarding the management and appropriate referral of scoliotic patients.
Instrumented thoracolumbar fusion for adolescent and adult spinal deformity has enjoyed great success in arresting the progression of and correcting scoliotic deformity.