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Figure 3: (a,b) Clinical photograph and spinal radiograph of a female adolescent patient show a severe right thoracic scoliosis producing elevation of the right shoulder, prominence of the scapula and ribs adjacent to the convexity of the curve, as well as thoracic translocation to the right and waistline asymmetry with prominence of the left side of the pelvis. (c, d) a posterior spinal fusion with the use of hybrid hook/screw/rod instrumentation and autologous iliac crest bone graft achieved a balanced spine in the coronal plane with level shoulders and symmetrical waist line

Figure 3: (a,b) Clinical photograph and spinal radiograph of a female adolescent patient show a severe right thoracic scoliosis producing elevation of the right shoulder, prominence of the scapula and ribs adjacent to the convexity of the curve, as well as thoracic translocation to the right and waistline asymmetry with prominence of the left side of the pelvis. (c, d) a posterior spinal fusion with the use of hybrid hook/screw/rod instrumentation and autologous iliac crest bone graft achieved a balanced spine in the coronal plane with level shoulders and symmetrical waist line