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Table 1 The demographic and clinical characteristics of each patient

From: The therapeutic characteristics of serial casting on congenital scoliosis: a comparison with non-congenital cases from a single-center experience

No. Sex Age at 1st cast, year Pathological type Follow-up, month Number of casting Time in cast, month Top vertebra Scoliosis side Cobb angle Thoracic kyphosis angel Lumbar lordosis angel Final outcome
1 F 1.25 CS 25 7 22 T12 Left 68.8 21.3 34.03 Brace
2 F 2.67 CS 19 4 13 T12 Right 88.1 34.9 68.8 Cast
3 M 1.92 CS 13 6 13 T10 Left 55.3 25 54.2 Cast
4 M 3 CS 13 5 13 T9 Left 36.4 31.2 28 Cast
5 M 2.25 CS 47 6 12 T8 Right 66.2 50.9 54.1 Surgery
6 M 5.92 CS 15 4 15 T8 Right 35.7 49.8 45.1 Cast
7 M 4.33 CS 18 5 18 T11 Right 65.8 61.3 66.6 Cast
8 F 3.10 CS 19 6 19 T11 Right 52 36.6 33.5 Cast
9 M 2.83 IIS 14 5 14 T12 Right 53.2 46 41 Cast
10 F 3.5 IIS 41 6 19 T12 Right 36.3 28.9 18.9 Brace
11 F 2.67 IIS 17 6 17 T11 Right 43.8 27.7 21.4 Cast
12 F 3.10 IIS 28 6 22 T12 Left 38.3 31 37.8 Brace
13 F 3 IIS 20 6 19 T7 Right 44.6 19.3 53.5 Brace
14 F 1.33 IIS 16 7 16 T12 Right 35.2 21.2 24.3 Cast
15 F 2.83 IIS 54 8 21 T12 Left 43.2 22.3 39.6 Brace
16 M 3.17 IIS 16 5 16 T11 Right 50.7 39.9 44.2 Cast
17 F 2 IIS 34 7 20 T9 Right 42.5 24.8 33.2 Brace
18 M 3.58 IIS 26 6 20 T12 Left 46.8 24.1 48.2 Brace
19 M 4 IIS 17 5 17 T9 Right 44.3 24.6 15 Cast
20 M 4.83 IIS 14 4 14 T12 Right 38.4 39.6 37.5 Cast
21 F 4.58 IIS 47 8 24 T12 Left 62 35.4 18.9 Brace
22 F 5.5 IIS 23 4 17 T12 Right 68 35.6 34.6 Surgery
23 M 3.5 IIS 14 5 14 T8 Right 87.2 32.6 21 Cast
  1. Sex: F female, M male. Pathological type: CS congenital scoliosis, IIS infantile idiopathic scoliosis