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Figure 2: Radiological investigation of case (a-d) anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the thoracolumbar spine of the siblings with kyphoscoliosis with multilevel vertebral anomalies such as hemi-, wedged, and butterfly vertebrae. The chest cavity appears “crab like” due to mal-aligned, crowed, fused, irregular, or bifid ribs with posterior symmetric fusion of all the ribs at the costovertebral joints. (e and f) Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the cervical spine showing short neck with block vertebrae with fusion of C2, 3, 4, and asymmetry of the visualized portion of the chest

Figure 2: Radiological investigation of case (a-d) anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the thoracolumbar spine of the siblings with kyphoscoliosis with multilevel vertebral anomalies such as hemi-, wedged, and butterfly vertebrae. The chest cavity appears “crab like” due to mal-aligned, crowed, fused, irregular, or bifid ribs with posterior symmetric fusion of all the ribs at the costovertebral joints. (e and f) Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the cervical spine showing short neck with block vertebrae with fusion of C2, 3, 4, and asymmetry of the visualized portion of the chest