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Fig. 3 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 3

From: Radiographic characteristics in congenital scoliosis associated with split cord malformation: a retrospective study of 266 surgical cases

Fig. 3

Images of an eight-year-old male patient diagnosed with congenital scoliosis and the type I split cord malformation. Three-dimension CT showed hypertrophic lamina and bulbous spinous processes in the middle thoracic region. These exuberant neural arches can be described as the “volcano-shape” deformity (with arrows in the figure)

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