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Table 2 Curve characteristics for each individual in the ISG

From: Trunk rotational strength asymmetry in adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis: an observational study

Accession # Age Menarche Risser TRC HT° TL/L° Curve Pattern MainT, TL/L Curve Direction
3001 16.1 no 0 CL - 37 - Thoracic c
3010 13.4 yes III CL - - 21 TL/L c
3012 12.3 no 0 OP - -19 - Thoracic R
3013 12.5 yes 0 CL 37 -35 19 Dbl. Thor. R
3014 10.8 no 0 OP - - 20 TL/L c
3016 11.9 no 0 OP 27 -30 - Dbl. Thor R
3017 15.8 no III CL - -32 32 Dbl R
3018 14.4 no 0 CL 28 -23 - Dbl. Thor R
3020 13.2 no 0 CL - -24 - Thoracic R
3021 14.6 yes I CL - -36 22 Thoracic R
3022 11.7 no 0 OP 21 -14 - Dbl. Thor R
3024 14.3 yes III CL 37 -41 24 Thoracic R
3025 12.0 no 0 CL - -20 18 Thoracic R
3026 15.7 no Nav CL - - -28 TL/L R
  1. Age (yrs + mo), Menarchal status, Risser sign, tri-radiate cartilage (TRC), high thoracic Cobb (HT°), thoracic Cobb (T°), thoracolumbar/lumbar Cobb (TL/L°), curve pattern, and largest thoracic or thoracolumbar/lumber curve side for the idiopathic scoliosis group. (Nav – Not Available).
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