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Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders

Volume 11 Supplement 2

Research into Conservative Management of Spinal Deformities: Short Articles from the SOSORT 2015 Meeting

Research

Publication costs for this supplement were funded by SOSORT. The articles have undergone the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. Patrick Knott declares that he is a Research & Development Consultant for DIERS Medical Systems, Inc., a board member of SOSORT and a board member of SSTSG (Spine and Surface Topography Study Group, NFP). The Supplement Editors declare that they have no other competing interests.

Katowice, Poland7-9 May 2015

Edited by Fabio Zaina, Patrick Knott and Angelo Gabriele Aulisa.

  1. Content type: Research

    Conservative treatment in the Scheuermann’s kyphosis obtain, during skeletal growth, remodelling of the deformed vertebras. In a previous paper on Scheuermann’s kyphosis, we have studied the geometry variation...

    Authors: Angelo G. Aulisa, Francesco Falciglia, Marco Giordano, Giuseppe Mastantuoni, Andrea Poscia and Vincenzo Guzzanti

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):33

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    Despite the frequency of adult scoliosis, very few publications concern the conservative orthopaedic treatments. The indications have not been defined to date. The experience of a department specialized in rig...

    Authors: Jean Claude de Mauroy, Cyril Lecante, Frédéric Barral and Sophie Pourret

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):29

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    The conservative orthopaedic treatment of adult scoliosis is very disappointing. In a series of 144 patients; only 25 % (33 cases) were monitored at 2 years of treatment. (Papadopoulos 2013). Thereby the liter...

    Authors: Jean Claude de Mauroy, Cyril Lecante, Frédéric Barral and Sophie Pourret

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):28

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    Scoliosis is a three dimensional deformity, and brace correction should be 3D too. There is a lack of knowledge of the effect of braces, particularly in the sagittal and transverse plane. The aim of this study...

    Authors: Sabrina Donzelli, Fabio Zaina, Monia Lusini, Salvatore Minnella, Stefano Respizzi, Luca Balzarini, Salvatore Poma and Stefano Negrini

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):34

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    The historical view of scoliosis as a primary rotation deformity led to debate about the pathomechanic role of paravertebral muscles; particularly multifidus, thought by some to be scoliogenic, counteracting, ...

    Authors: Theodoros B. Grivas, R. Geoffrey Burwell, Vasileios Kechagias, Christina Mazioti, Apostolos Fountas, Dimitra Kolovou and Evangelos Christodoulou

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):35

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    Clinicians who assess and treat patients for scoliosis typically use parameters that are all visible from the posterior view. Radiographs assess the internal spinal deformity, but do not directly evaluate body...

    Authors: Patrick Knott, Baron Lonner, Mark Smith, Erin Frommeyer and Yuan Ren

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):32

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  7. Content type: Research

    First author attempted to analyse medical records of patients with idiopathic scoliosis for compliance with the Scoliosis Research Society brace studies criteria. A retrospective analysis of medical records of...

    Authors: Krzysztof Korbel, Łukasz Stoliński, Mateusz Kozinoga and Tomasz Kotwicki

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):37

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  8. Content type: Case study

    Scoliosis is a complex three-dimensional (3D) spinal deformity. Acquired scoliosis in early childhood may progress into adulthood and pose an increased risk of health problems and reduction in quality of life....

    Authors: Andrea Lebel and Victoria Ashley Lebel

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):41

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  9. Content type: Case study

    Low back and pelvic pain is one of the most frequently reported disorders in pregnancy, however etiology and pathology of this problem have not been fully determined. The relationship between back pain experie...

    Authors: Jakub Michoński, Katarzyna Walesiak, Anna Pakuła, Wojciech Glinkowski and Robert Sitnik

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):31

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  10. Content type: Research

    Despite its importance in affecting adult pain, and disability, there is a lack of universal criteria for the diagnosis and evaluation of thoraco-lumbar Junctional Kyphosis (JK) and a gold standard measurement...

    Authors: Alessandra Negrini, Sabrina Donzelli, Laura Maserati, Fabio Zaina, Jorge H. Villafañe and Stefano Negrini

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):38

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  11. Content type: Case study

    We are unaware of any studies describing the immediate effects of scoliosis-specific exercises on the Cobb angle measured by radiograph. This study aimed to describe the differences between radiographs obtaine...

    Authors: Karina Zapata, Eric C. Parent and Dan Sucato

    Citation: Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders 2016 11(Suppl 2):36

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