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Untreated Early Onset Scoliosis - The Natural Progression of a Debilitating and Ultimately Deadly Disease

By Janez Mohar

Submitted: June 16th 2011Reviewed: December 20th 2011Published: May 9th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/38295

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Janez Mohar (May 9th 2012). Untreated Early Onset Scoliosis - The Natural Progression of a Debilitating and Ultimately Deadly Disease, Recent Advances in Scoliosis Theodoros B. Grivas, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/38295. Available from:

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