Occult spinal dysraphism

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Occult spinal dysraphism

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The terms "Occult spinal dysraphism" returned 10 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Occult spinal dysraphism: a challenge in pain management.
 

Author(s): Frederic J Gerges, Chhavi Manchanda, Gordon Novak, Magid Al-Kimawi, Michael Semenovski, Stephen Williams

Journal: Pain Physician. ;18(2):E225-8.

 

Spina bifida is a common birth defect affecting the central nervous system and represents a group of neural tube defects caused by congenital dysraphic malformations of the vertebral column and/or spinal cord. The anatomy in these patients is challenging and includes structural and ...

Last Updated: 21 Mar 2015

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Images in clinical medicine. Occult spinal dysraphism.
 

Author(s): Hsien-Yi Chiu, Yi-Hua Liao

Journal: N. Engl. J. Med.. 2014 Jan;370(5):466.

 

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2014

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Effects of electrotherapy in treatment of neurogenic bladder in children with occult spinal dysraphism.
 

Author(s): Dragana Cirović, Ivana Petronić, Dejan Nikolić, Radivoj Brdar, Polina Pavićević, Tatjana Knezević

Journal: Srp Arh Celok Lek. ;137(9-10):502-5.

 

Neurogenic bladder can develop as a result of various degrees of neurogenic lesion in spina bifida. The degree of bladder dysfunction depends on the level and type of spina bifida. Due to results upon complete diagnostic protocols, treatment options are applied.

Last Updated: 2 Dec 2009

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Effect of Acetazolamide & Position in CSF Leakage and Collection and Wound Dehiscence
 

Status: Recruiting

Condition Summary: Fibrolipoma of Filum Terminale; Lipomyelomeningocele; Split Cord Malformation; Dermal Sinus; Tethered Cord Syndrome; Tumor

 

Last Updated: 17 Apr 2015

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Comparing Surgical Decompression Versus Conservative Treatment in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
 

Status: Recruiting

Condition Summary: Central Spinal Cord Syndrome

 

Last Updated: 18 Nov 2013

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Genetics of Neural Tube Defects
 

Status: Recruiting

Condition Summary: Neural Tube Defects

 

Last Updated: 2 Dec 2010

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