Congenital scoliosis: Results from congenitally anomalous vertebral development (i.e., a hemivertebra).
scoliosis: Results form an abnormality of the central nervous system or
of the muscles and nerves (i.e., cerebral palsy, tetehered cors
syndrome, muscle diseses)
Traumatic scoliosis: Results from prior trauma to the spine compromising balance.
Degenerative scoliosis: Results form progessive degenerative changes of the spine.
scoliosis: A structural lateral deviation of the spine for which no
known cause is determined. Based on the age of the patient at
presentation, idiopathic scoliosis is subclassified to:
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