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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    mild scoliosis
     


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    Yes, it can be scoliosis l.sin. But, it can be antalgic position with defensive paravertebral muscle contraction at fracture of XII. costae l.sin.
     


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    In my opinion it's not a fracture.
    I think it's only air in the large intestine.
     


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