Adult Scoliosis Cases

Cases Performed by Dr. Robert Pashman

Here are examples of Adult Scoliosis patient’s that Dr. Robert Pashman has treated. The surgical procedure is individualized for each patient. Our spine team has the highest volume of Scoliosis Surgical cases on the West Coast. In most cases, excellent correction can be obtained, and the patient’s are pleased with their outcomes. The same “before” and “after” results may not occur for all patients.

Example #1:

A 42 year old male, post status seven fusions for scoliosis. Revision surgery T2-Pelvis to correct 70 degree+ curvature, remove harrington rods and correct flatback. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #2:

A 41 year old female with a 50° thoracolumbar curve and Spondylolisthesis. Treated with an Posterior Spinal Fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #3:

A 65 year old female with a 55° thoracolumbar curve, spondylolisthesis, and flatback syndrome. Treated with an Anterior/Posterior Spinal Fusion. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #4:

A 31 year old woman, with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, 75° stiff lumbar curve, rotated 90°. Treated with Anterior/Posterior Spinal Fusion. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #5:

A 43 year old woman, with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, 50° lumbar curve. Treated with Posterior Spinal Fusion from T9 – L5. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #6:

A 53 year old woman, with an 85° thoracic curve, and a 75° lumbar curve. Treated with an Anterior/Posterior Spinal Fusion from T1 to the Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #7:

A 58 year old male presented with lumbar scoliosis and severe kyphosis. Treated with a Posterior Spinal Fusion T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #8:

A 44 year old female presented with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis with a double major curve. She was treated with a Posterior Spinal Fusion T3-L4. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #9:

A 54 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. Double curves measuring 57 ° and 67°. She was treated with a Posterior Spinal Fusion T3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #10:

A 24 year old female presented with three rotated curves. Treated with a Posterior Spinal Fusion from T2-L3. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #11:

A 60 year old female with a Adult Scoliosis. Her 70° curve was treated with a Posterior Spinal Fusion from T2 to the Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #12:

A 59 year old female with a Adult Scoliosis, Flatback, and Spondylolisthesis. Treated with posterior instrumented fusion, pedicle subtraction osteotomy, and sacral/pelvic fixation. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #13:

A 50 year old female presented with a progressive 58° thoracic curve, and 60° lumbar curve. No previous surgeries. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #14:

A 23 year old female presented with a progressive 43° curve. She was treated with a posterior fusion from T4-L2. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #15:

50 year old female with progressive lumbar scoliosis. Presented with a 65° curve and severe leg pain. Treated with a fusion T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #16:

59 year old female presented with 25 year history of scoliosis progression. 68° thoracic curve, 42° lumbar curve. Treated with a fusion T3-L4. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #17:

63 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis, and facet screws at L4-L5. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10 to Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #18:

79 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis and herniated discs. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from L1 to Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #19:

40 year old male status post surgery with Harrington Rods for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis at age 14. He was treated with a fusion T2 to Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #20:

64 year old female presented with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis, and Flatback Syndrome. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from L1 to Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #21:

23 year old male presented with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, despite bracing as a child. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-L3. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #22:

50 year old female presented with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis and Isthmic Spondylolisthesis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #23:

38 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis status post anterior spinal fusion. The hardware failed, and the patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #24:

67 year old female presented with DeNovo Scoliosis, with significant rotation due to Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #25:

39 year old female presented with Progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-L4. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #26:

73 year old female presented with Kyphoscoliosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #27:

59 year old female presented with Progressive Adult Scoliosis and Spondylolisthesis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #28:

37 year old female presented with a progressive lumbar scoliosis after having scoliosis surgery with Harrington Rod placement. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #29:

57 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. She presented with a 62 degree thoracolumbar curve. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #30:

32 year old female presented with 90 degree Kyphoscoliosis and hemivertebra. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-L1. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #31:

60 year old female presented with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis and Grade 2 Spondylolisthesis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #32:

21 year old male with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis which progressed despite bracing. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-L1. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #33:

49 year old male with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient is a professional dancer, and was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #34:

44 year old female presented with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-L3.KIM/SRP Classification 1

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Example #35:

43 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis and a lumbar sacral transitional vertebra. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #36:

34 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis and a broken Luque Rod that dislodged through her skin. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #37:

64 year old female presented with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, status post in-situ fusion as an adolescent. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #38:

22 year old female status post posterior spinal fusion, now with hardware failure and pseudoarthrosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-L3. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #39:

55 year old male with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #40:

45 year old female with Progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with an anterior spinal fusion L4-S1, followed by a posterior spinal fusion from T3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #41:

35 year old female with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis curve measuring 92 degrees. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-L3. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #42:

39 year old female with Congenital Scoliosis. Curve progressed despite fusion at age six. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #43:

43 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis treated with an anterior spinal fusion for a double major curve. The patient was reoperated on five years later, and treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T3-S1. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #44:

64 year old male presented with collapsing Adult Scoliosis following multiple decompression surgeries and an infection. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #45:

35 year old male status post T4-L1fusion for Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis, presented with junctional kyphosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-L4. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #46:

56 year old female with Idiopathic Scoliosis, status post burst fracture, presented with junctional kyphosis. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T2-pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #47:

20 year old female with Idiopathic Scoliosis 58 degree lumbar curve. The patient traveled from Mexico for treatment. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T11-L4. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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Example #48:

58 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis 50 degree lumbar curve and spondylolisthesis. Status post lumbar laminectomy. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T8-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #49:

48 year old female with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis 60 degree lumbar curve and Spondylolisthesis. Status post lumbar microdiscectomy. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion from T10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #50:

29 year old female with dislodged instrumentation, status post three surgeries for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated with a instrumentation removal, and posterior spinal fusion from L1-L3.

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Example #51:

59 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated
with a instrumentation removal, and posterior spinal fusion fromT3-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #52:

54 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient was treated
with an anterior spinal fusion L4-S1, and posterior spinal fusion fromT10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 2.

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Example #53:

58 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis and leg pain. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion fromT10-Pelvis. KIM/SRP Classification 3.

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Example #54:

60 year old female with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. Status post failed xlif surgery. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion fromT10-Pelvis.

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Example #55:

63 year old female with Junctional Kyphosis following surgery for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis with a Harrington Rod. The patient was treated with a posterior spinal fusion fromT2-Pelvis.

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Example #56:

28 year old female with progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. The patient decided to delay surgery from teenage years to adult. She was treated with a posterior spinal fusion fromT2-L3. KIM/SRP Classification 1.

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