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Spine and Back Health

Scoliosis

03/18/2008

Question:

I have been diagnosed with a lumbar rotoscoliosis concave to the left. My diagnostic report states that: there is no lumbar disc space narrowing; vertebral bodies and pedicles appear normal; there is mild spondylolisthesis less than first quartile at L5/S1 level; L5 spinous process is bifid; there is bilateral spondylolysis with ossification of the right pars interarticularis; there is slight movement of L5 on S1 on flexion view;

Kindly can I have your views on my condition.

Thank you.

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