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Table 1 The eight cases and the various measures recorded are depicted. Angles are measured in degrees and lengths are expressed as percentage of the total length. Major aesthetic disfigurements are highlighted in pink

From: Post-operative shoulder imbalance in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: a study of clinical photographs

Sl No. Name Age Gender Neck tilt Le Neck base Le Trap Le Neck center diff Sh level Ax level Scap level Scap prom Arm width diff Arm drop Le clinical impression Who noticed
1 MIZ 16 M 0 12 12 0.044 6 2 na na 0 10 neck, sho Dr
2 JT 15.5 M 2 18 10 4.40 % 3 1 2 yes 7.70 % 8 Neck Pt/Dr
3 A 14 M 5 7 5 3.64 % 10 4 15 yes 18.50 % 0 Shoulder Pt/Dr
4 NMMJ 14.5 F na na na na 6 3 0 0 9.10 % 10 shoulder Pt/Dr
5 RH 14.5 M 3 6 9 4.76 % 5 4 0 0 0 2 Neck Dr
6 FR 13.5 F na na na na 7 5 1 Yes 25 % 0 shoulder Pt/Dr
7 AJ 17.5 F 0 7 8 0.05 8 5 6 0 21.21 % 1 shoulder Pt/Dr
8 SS 15 F 2 9 4 0 4 3 9 yes 6.67 % 0 neck, sho Pt/Dr
Mean 15.063              
SD   1.27              
  1. Legends to Table:1
  2. Column 5: Neck Tilt Angle
  3. Column 6: Neck Base Angle
  4. Column 7: Trapezius angle difference
  5. Column 8: Neck Center difference
  6. Column 9: Shoulder level
  7. Column 10: Axillary level
  8. Column 11: Scapular level
  9. Column 12: Scapular Prominence
  10. Column 13: Arm Width Difference
  11. Column 14: Arm drop Angle
  12. Column 15: depicts the 2 observer’s impression of the clinical photograph
  13. The bold faced text suggests the measures for clinically significant disfigurement as assessed bycolumnn 15 of the table. However please note that these are not statistically tested