Early Onset Scoliosis: A Clinical Casebook

Early Onset Scoliosis: A Clinical Casebook
  • Author: Ron El-Hawary and Craig P. Eberson
    Publisher: Springer
    Genres: Medical
    Publish Date: March 6, 2018
    ISBN-10: 3319715798
    Pages: 330
    File Type: PDF
    Language: English


Book Preface

Early-onset scoliosis (EOS) is a challenging, potentially life-threatening condition for which there are often myriad treatment options, but no perfect one. The purpose of this volume is to assemble a variety of EOS cases, spanning the spectrum of presentations, and discuss their treatment in a case-based format, highlighting the principles of treatment so that they may be applied to other patients facing similar challenges.

We are grateful to the highly skilled surgeons who contributed their considerable experience to this project, teaching us how they approach the most difficult cases so that we may benefit from their expertise. We are also thankful to our editorial support at Springer for allowing us to be a part of this worthy endeavor. Finally, we consider with respect and gratitude the EOS patients entrusted to our care, who remain a never-ending source of inspiration to continually strive to solve the many challenges their treatment represents.

Halifax, NS Ron El-Hawary
Providence, RI Craig P. Eberson

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