Ghost Medical Presents: Understanding Scoliosis
Ghost Medical Animation + VR Surgery
May 28, 2006
Learn about the five types of scoliosis curves in this medically accurate video by Ghost Productions. Ideal for educational websites seeking accurate information.
Production Date: 2006
Note: This video is provided for educational purposes and can be distributed freely on .edu and .org websites alongside an active link to www.ghostproductions.com
Summary: Scoliosis is classified in five types of curves. King Type I: Double concave deformity in which the lumbar curve is larger and more rigid than the thoracic curve. King Type II: Double concave deformity in which the thoracic curve is more rigid. King Type III: A thoracic curve. King Type IV: A long thoracic deformity that tilts into the curve. King Type V: A double thoracic curve that tilts into the concavity.
This medically accurate video, produced in 2006 by Ghost Productions, focuses on the classification of scoliosis into five types of curves. The video describes each type in detail, including King Type I, which features a double concave deformity with a larger and more rigid lumbar curve than the thoracic curve, and King Type V, which is characterized by a double thoracic curve that tilts into the concavity. This educational resource is ideal for .edu and .org websites seeking to provide accurate information on scoliosis and its classification. Ghost Productions is a leading provider of medical animation and visualization services, and this video showcases their expertise in the field of medicine.
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