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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