The structure of the spine is characterized by significant differences in different age periods. The very concept of the norm is not static and implies the presence of age-specific features of the structure (structure) and the shape of individual vertebrae and the spine as a whole
Spondylometry is the measurement of metric and angular indices characterizing the spinal column. The use of objective quantitative quantities in vertebrology is necessary for predicting the flow of deformations
The key to a true diagnosis is a complete history and detailed examination. Data from the survey, in conjunction with a review of previous patient records and diagnostic examinations, provide the key to differential diagnosis and treatment.