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Upper arm lengths suggest transient asymmetry associated with right thoracic adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (RT-AIS) of girls with implications for pathogenesis and estimation of linear skeletal overgrowth

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The International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD) promotes a multidisciplinary approach to scoliosis and spinal problems, with a strong emphasis on research in the field of etiology, as well as the clinical effectiveness of a wide range of interventions. The society has been active in one form or another for three decades, encouraging open discussion in all areas related to spinal deformities. The International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD) promotes a multidisciplinary approach to scoliosis and spinal problems, with a strong emphasis on research in the field of etiology, as well as the clinical effectiveness of a wide range of interventions. The society has been active in one form or another for three decades, encouraging open discussion in all areas related to spinal deformities. This current overview of topics related to spinal deformities provides the opportunity for readers to learn more about the latest developments in this field, and it contributes to the advancement of study and research into spinal deformities for the benefit of patients.

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