Correlation of radiographic parameters and clinical symptoms in adult scoliosis.

  title={Correlation of radiographic parameters and clinical symptoms in adult scoliosis.},
  author={Steven Glassman and Sigurd H. Berven and Keith H. Bridwell and William C. Horton and John R. Dimar},
  volume={30 6},
STUDY DESIGN This study is a retrospective review of the initial enrollment data from a prospective multicentered study of adult spinal deformity. OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study is to correlate radiographic measures of deformity with patient-based outcome measures in adult scoliosis. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Prior studies of adult scoliosis have attempted to correlate radiographic appearance and clinical symptoms, but it has proven difficult to predict health status based on… CONTINUE READING
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