Kyphosis|OMICS International|Clinical Trials

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Kyphosis is a common disorder in elderly that is normally described as a backward deviation of the thoracic spine exceeding 40 degrees. The condition likely reduces ability of balance control and mobility, restricts pulmonary functions, and induces back pain and digestive problems. These consequences lead to the loss of independence and decrease quality of life of individuals. Therefore, a method of early detection and monitoring abnormality is important to promote effectiveness of treatments and minimize harmful consequences of kyphosis. The radiographic Cobbs method is a standard clinical assessment of kyphosis. However, the method is expensive and exposes individuals to radiation. Therefore, it is not appropriate for periodic followup and screening purposes
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Last date updated on May, 2021