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Scoliosis Surgery in Cystic Fibrosis: Surgical Considerations and the Multidisciplinary Approach of a Rare Case

Table 1

Previous studies presenting scoliosis data in patients with CF [38].

Age groupsMean age at diagnosis (range)Number of patientsMale : female ratioScoliosis patientsMale : female ratioScoliosis angle (range)Number of progressive curves/number of patients with scoliosis (percent, %)Prevalence (%)

Erkkila et al. [4]Infantile (0–4)NR58NR0NRNR26
4 to 16NR128NR7 (6%)NRNR (10–28)NR
>19 (adult)NR17NR3 (18%)NRNR (16–26)NR12

Paling and Spasovsky-Chernick [9] Infantile (0–4)NR32NR07 : 9N/A00
4 to 1615 (8–22)15196 : 5515 (9.9%)8 : 717 (10–31)NR9.93
Adult (>16)25 (15–31)NR

Kumar et al. [11] 0 to 42 (1–3)421.8 : 15 (11.91%)4 : 115 (10–16)011.90
4 to 169 (5–15)901 : 1.614 (15.56%)2 : 512 (11–25)4/14 (28.57)15.56
Adult (16–43)27 (17–43)1841.1 : 118 (9.78%)2 : 515 (10–30)2/18 (11.11)9.78

Fainardi et al. [5]0 to adult10.9 (1.1–18)3191 : 1.17 (2.19%)2 : 5<20 (up to 37)1/7 (14.29)2.19

Fainardi and Bush [6]10 to adult(10–18)173NR7 (4.05%)NRNRNR4.05

Hathorn et al. [7]10 to adult18 (10–18+)143NR16 (11.19%)NR14 (10–38)NR11

Scoliosis and kyphosis in all age groups; prevalence of scoliosis in ages from 15 to adult; N/A: not applicable; NR: not reported.

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