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  • About madmclw
    Location
    Kent, SE England
    Interests
    Girlguiding, Rock Climbing!
    Occupation
    Student, also visitor services assistant at Girlguiding UK
  • Scoliosis History
    A few fields to allow you to share some of your scoliosis history if you want to.
    What type of spinal curvature?
    Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
    Diagnosis Details
    Diagnosed with a C shaped thoracolumber curve, measuring 77 at first consultation.
    What curve pattern?
    Single thoracolumbar
    Had surgery?
    Posterior surgery
    Surgery Details
    26th November 2007. Surgery was 5 1/2 hours, fused T3 - L3 with 2 rods and 15 screws. Curve was then 90degrees. In hospital for 11 days - 3 pre-op. Put in isolation for suspected infection - just a bad reaction to the antibiotics =P
    Worn a brace?
    No brace
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    Diagnosed with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis on the 10th April 2007. Seen at the Child Development Centre at the Medway Maritime Hospital on 18th June then referred to Mr Noordeen at the RNOH Stanmore. Seen by consultant on the 13th July x-rays revealed 77o thoracolumbar curve and severe rotation. Surgery planned in 6 months had surgery on 26th November 2007. Admitted for pre-op on 23rd stayed in over the weekend. Curve then 90o, suffering from pain and reduced lung function. Moved from HDU to ward after 24hrs, then into isolation for suspected infection after 3 days. Symptoms turned out to be a bad reaction to antibiotics.

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