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Table 3 Details of the three patients with two ipsilateral thoracolumbar hemivertebra in revision surgery

From: Long-term results after the one-stage posterior-only surgical correction of thoraco-lumbar kyphoscoliosis in congenital spine deformity caused by two ipsilateral hemi-vertebrae

Case Age/Sex Abnormality Segment scoliosis
(1st pre-,post-OP
2nd pre-,post-OP
at final follow up)
Segment kyphosis
(1st pre-,post-OP
2nd pre-,post-OP
at final follow up)
Revision reason Initial surgery Duration time (mo) Revision surgery Final F/U (mo)
1 4/F T10,12 HV (FS) 91.0°-36.0°
51.4°-30.0°
27.4°
50.0°-3.0°
7.1°-10.0°
4.0°
Residual scoliosis progression in proximal region; incomplete resection of T10 HV T10,12 HV resection T8-L2 convex fusion 33 T10 radical resection with T8-L2 fusion 69
2 7/F T11,L1 HV (FS);
L4 HV (SS)
93.3°-41.0°
57.3°-13.7°
15.3°
77.6°-13.0°
36.0°-18.0°
20.2°
Residual scoliosis progression, PJK and L2 pedicle screw plowed;
too short fusion level and T11 incomplete resection
T11,L1 HV resection T10-L2 convex fusion 38 L2 Y-Shape osteotomy with T8-L5 fusion 67
3 13/M T11 BF and wedge vertebra
L1/2 HV (FS)
73.6°-17.9°
43.2°-17.6°
15.7°
41.8°-8.5°
55.4°-12.7°
13.1°
Residual scoliosis progression and PJK;T11 asymmetric growth L1/2 HV resection T11-L4 fusion 28 T11 PSO with T8-L5 fusion 69
  1. Notes: F female, M male, HV hemivertebra, BF butterfly vertebra, FS full segementation, SS semi-segmentation, PJK proximal junction kyphosis