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Table 1 Literature review of the clinical results under SRS criteria

From: Efficacy of the Osaka Medical College (OMC) brace in the treatment of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis following Scoliosis Research Society brace studies criteria

Author (Year) Treatment period Type of brace Success rate Progression rate for surgical indication
Coillard C et al. (2007) [10] ? SpiceCorBrace 59.4%** 24.1%+
Janicki JA et al. (2007) [20] 1y5m TLSO 85.4%* 62.4%+
  1y4m Providence 68.6%* 42.9%+
Negrini S et al. (2009) [13] 4y2m Lyon, SPoRT 95.8%** 0.0%+
Aulisa AG et al. (2009) [21] 4y11m Progressive Action Short Brace 100.0%* 0.0%+
Zaborowska-Sapeta K et al. (2011) [22] 2y8m Chêneau brace 48.1%* 12.7%++
Lee CS et al. (2012) [6] 2y9m Chaleston Bending Brace 84.2%** 12.6%+
Aulisa AG et al. (2012) [23] 3y6m Progressive Action Short Brace 100.0%* 0.0%+
Weinstein SL et al. (2013) [12,24] ? TLSO _ 28.1%++
Maruyama T et al. (2013) [25] 1y9m Rigo-Chêneau brace 70.8%** 18.2%+
Kuroki H et al. (2015) [current report] 3y4m Osaka Medical College Brace 67.7%** 9.7%+
  1. *progression < 5°, **progression < 6°, +progression ≥ 45°, ++progression ≥ 50°.
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