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Case 9.6.8 Neonatal spine


Neonatal spine:
Normal neonatal spine
Neonatal spine:
Normal neonatal spine
Neonatal spine:
Thethered spinal cord in a neonate. On MRI also a small subcutaneous hemangiomatous tumor with intraduralextension was found.
Neonatal spine:
Tethered cord and small skin lesion that proved to be a hemangioma
Neonatal spine:
Tethered spinal cord and small meningocele
Neonatal spine:
Tethered spinal cord and dermal sinus
Neonatal spine:
Dermal sinus
Case of the month February 2006: Neonatal spine:
Caudal regression syndrome with a blunt low ending conus and abnormal development of the sacral bone
Neonatal spine:
Hydromyelia, tethered spinal cord and meningocele
Neonatal spine:
Lipomyelomeningocele with lipoma and fluid filled meningocele
Neonatal spine:
Normal neonatal spine
Neonatal spine:
Normal neonatal spine
Neonatal spine:
Thethered spinal cord in a neonate. On MRI also a small subcutaneous hemangiomatous tumor with intraduralextension was found.
Neonatal spine:
Tethered cord and small skin lesion that proved to be a hemangioma
Neonatal spine:
Tethered spinal cord and small meningocele
Neonatal spine:
Tethered spinal cord and dermal sinus
Neonatal spine:
Dermal sinus
Case of the month February 2006: Neonatal spine:
Caudal regression syndrome with a blunt low ending conus and abnormal development of the sacral bone
Neonatal spine:
Hydromyelia, tethered spinal cord and meningocele
Neonatal spine:
Lipomyelomeningocele with lipoma and fluid filled meningocele
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