Burnei Gheorghe1,2, Țandea Viorel3*, Răducan Ionuț Daniel4 and Burnei Cristian5,6
1Macta Clinic, Romania 2Tinos Clinic, Romania 3Department of Pediatric Surgery, Grigore Alexandrescu Clinical Emergency Hospital for Children, Romania 4Vasile Goldiș Western University of Arad, Romania 5Carol Davila, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania 6Clinical Emergency Hospital, RomaniaFulltext PDF
This paper presented a special case and shortly described the congenital malformations of a child operated at the age of 2 years and 7 months. Medical literature does not mention the cases of double or triple congenital scoliosis. 54 patients were treated, out of whom, 39 were operated during the period of 2000 and 2012. This series presented 4 patients with double congenital scoliosis and 2 with triple congenital scoliosis. All these axial deviations were due to hemivertebrae with longitudinal imbalance of the spine, if these hemivertebrae were present on a distance of at least 5 normal vertebrae.
Congenital double scoliosis; Supernumerary hemivertebra; Posterior hemivertebral spongious enucleation; Supernumerary vertebra; Growth guiding
Gheorghe B, Viorel Ț, Daniel RI, Cristian B. Congenital Double Scoliosis with 2 Bilaterally Alternant Supranumerary Hemivertebrae and 2 Supranumerary Vertebrae Treated by Growth Guiding Device. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2020; 5: 1824.