Paediatric Spine Deformities

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Farhaan Altaf. The lecture is about paediatric spine deformities.

- The three types of scoliosis are congenital, syndromic, and idiopathic.

- Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is the most common form of scoliosis and affects people aged 10 years and older, with a prevalence of 2-3%.

- The lecture provides information on how to take a patient history, including their presenting complaint, any pain, and neurological symptoms.

- When assessing a patient, it is important to evaluate their posture, heights of iliac crests and shoulders, and check for leg length discrepancies.

www.OrthopaedicAcademy.co.uk. This teaching video is specifically helpful for candidates preparing for the following Orthopaedic Exams: FRCS, European Board (FEBOT), SICOT Diploma and Arabic Boards 

tags: Paediatric Spine Spine Deformities Farhaan Altaf Orthopaedic academy medical teaching video FRCS FEBOT SICOT idiopathic scoliosis Orthopaedic lecture how to take a patient history


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