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scoliosis and spondylolisthesis

Can I know whether there is any relation between spondylolisthesis and scoliosis???
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  • WLLadyWLLady Ontario CanadaPosts: 1,331
    listhesis is the slippage of one vertebrae off another -retrolisthesis is backwards, anterolisthesis is forward.  usually the forward slippage is associated with pars fractures at the level that is sliding forward.  there is also lateral listhesis where a vertebrae can fall sideways off another-i had this, my L2 was falling sideways off L3, but there has to be some serious deterioration of the facet joints coupled with scoliosis to make this happen as i understand it in my situation.  i had both, severe facet degeneration, lateral scoliosis, and also pars fractures......
    i honestly couldn't tell you if listhesis and scoli are related in any way shape or form.....but i do know that i had both!
    Kathy
    Spine-Health Moderator
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    Dec '16 T10-S2 fusion with pelvic fixation. Laminectomies L2, L3, L4, L5, facet removal, cages L4-5, L5-S1, severe scoliosis, arthritis and stenosis repair. 

  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
    Hello priya777 !

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    Sue
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