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Show me spine t7 thru L3 convexed 15.1 degree.?

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Dr. Philip Rosenblum
Family Medicine
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In brief: Please rephrase

Your question is unclear. Please rephrase it so that we get a better idea of your concern.
Include at least the patient's age, sex, symptoms and so on. Then ask a question. We can't "show you" anything in this forum, and if a picture is worth 1, 000 words, we'll run out because we only have 400 per answer.

In brief: Please rephrase

Your question is unclear. Please rephrase it so that we get a better idea of your concern.
Include at least the patient's age, sex, symptoms and so on. Then ask a question. We can't "show you" anything in this forum, and if a picture is worth 1, 000 words, we'll run out because we only have 400 per answer.
Dr. Philip Rosenblum
Dr. Philip Rosenblum
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Dr. Thomas Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
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In brief: This is a very mild

Curve with a curve having to be more than 10 degrees to be considered a scoliosis .
For this size curve in an adult, there is no need for treatment or routine observation. In a child or teenager, it would be monitored for any risk of progression during growth/maturation.

In brief: This is a very mild

Curve with a curve having to be more than 10 degrees to be considered a scoliosis .
For this size curve in an adult, there is no need for treatment or routine observation. In a child or teenager, it would be monitored for any risk of progression during growth/maturation.
Dr. Thomas Dowling
Dr. Thomas Dowling
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