What Is a Levoscoliosis of the Lumbar Spine?

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Levoscoliosis of the Lumbar Spine is the abnormal curving of the spine when viewed from the side. The curving of this spine is mostly as a result of congenital abnormal formation of the bones of the spine and may be related to other organ defects. Levoscoliosis of the Lumbar Spine is found in both boys and girls but is more prevalent in girls.
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Levoscoliosis is a slight left curvature of the spine. The lumbar region is between the thoracic and the sacral (sacrum) areas of the spine. It include L1 through L5. Generally, this
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The thoracic spine is composed of 12 bones called "vertebrae. The thoracic vertebrae increase in size from the top thoracic vertebrae (T1) through the bottom thoracic vertebrae
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Scoliosis is a condition in which there is a lateral deviation of the normal vertical line of the spine (a lateral curvature) with a rotation towards one of the sides. Levoscoliosis
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The lumbar spine is also referred to as the low back. It is the area of the spine that curves outwards (convexly) right below the small of your back (the convex part of the spine)
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