Structural Scoliosis
1) Idiopathic
A. Infantile (0 to 3 yrs)
1.Resolving
2.Progressive
B. Juvenile (3 to 10 yrs)
C. Adolescent(>10yrs)
2) Neuromuscular
A.Neuropathic
1. Upper motor neuron
a. Cerebral palsy
b. Spinocerebellar degeneration
i. Fredreich’s disease
ii. Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
iii. Roussy-Levy disease
c. Syringomelia
d. Spinal cord tumor
e. Spinal cord trauma
f. Other
2. Lower motor neuron
a. Poliomyelitis
b. Other viral myelitides
c. Trauma
d. Spinal muscular atrophy
i. Werdnig-Hoffman disease
ii. Kugelberg-Welander disease
e. Myelomeningocele (paralytic)
3. Dysautonomia (Riley-Day syndrome)
4. Other
B. Myopathic
1. Arthrogryposis
2. Muscular dystrophy
a. Duchenne’s (pseudohypertrophic)
b. Limb-girdle
c. Facioscapulohumeral
3. Fiber-type disproportion
4. Congenital hypotonia
5. Myotonia dystrophica
6. Other
3) Congenital.......wow!

I turned the page and gave up. I will scan upon request....

Non-structural, Kyphosis, and Lordosis would take me an hour to type out.

Idiopathic. I can understand why that word is used. We need to have open minds.

(This material written by Dr Winter)
Ed