- Parental anxiety
- Internal tibial torsion
- Bilateral developmental dysplasia of hips
- Femoral anteversion
- Forefoot adductus
3. Which of the following descriptions is typical of the usual presentation of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis?
5. You evaluate a 16 year old girl because of a newly noted spinal deformity. She has a 20 degree thoracolumbar curve that appears to be idiopathic by history, physical and review of radiographs. Her bone age is equal to her chronological age. She reports that she had her first period at age 11. If untreated, what is the most likely outcome from this patient's scoliosis?