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Table 2 Sex and age range of those screened currently

From: SOSORT consensus paper: school screening for scoliosis. Where are we today?

Age girls Q12a Q12a (%) Q12b Q12b (%)
Younger than 7 years of age 4–14 years = 1
5–10 years = 1
  4–14 years = 1
5–15 years = 1
5, 6 years = 2
 
7 years 6 17,14 7 20,00
8 years 4 11,42 6 17,14
9 years 5 14,28 13 37,14
10 years 8 22,85 19 54,28
11 years 7 20,00 20 57,14
12 years 11 31,42 19 54,28
13 years 7 20,00 17 48,57
14 years 7 20,00 7 20,00
15 years 2 05,71 4 11,42
Older than 15 years 2 05,71 1 02,85
All school ages    1 02,85
No answer 17 48,57%   
Age boys Q12a Q12a (%) Q12b Q12b (%)
Younger than 7 years of age 4–14years = 1   4–14 years = 1
5–17 years = 1
5, 6 years = 2
 
7 years 6 17,14 6 17,14
8 years 5 14,28 5 14,28
9 years 6 17,14 5 14,28
10 years 9 25,71 10 28,57
11 years 7 20,00 12 34,28
12 years 10 28,57 17 48,57
13 years 6 17,14 19 54,28
14 years 7 20,00 15 42,85
15 years 2 05,71 8 22,85
Older than 15 years 2 05,71 2 05,71
All school ages    1 02,85
No answer 17 48,57%   
  1. Q12a represents the number of answers on the questionnaire for question a. What is the sex and age range of those screened at your center? and Q12α (%) the relevant percentages, while Q12b represents the number of answers on the questionnaire for question b Please indicate below the respective sexes and age ranges that you think should be screened, and Q12b (%) the relevant percentages.