Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: A 71 Cases Study Ascertaining that Straightening Is Possible, and a New Etiological Hypothesis
Jan Polak
Asian Spine J. 2013;7(4):282-288.   Published online 2013 Nov 28     DOI:
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