Tethered Spinal Cord Images

Figure 3.81. In this infant with a f9 lipomeningocele with a tethered cord, note the associated skin discoloration with a small skin tag.

Figure 3.82. A lipomeningocele with an associated sinus tract is present in this infant.

Newborn Tethered Cord Mri

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Figure 3.83. Infant with a large dermal sinus tract associated with cord tethering and spinal dysraphism. On MRI there was a tethered cord and spina bifida both above and below the lesion.

Tethered Cord

Figure 3.84. Small "finger-like" dermal tag extending from the mid-line of the back at the T4 level. Underlying the skin tag there was bony dysraphism with a small band of soft tissue extending toward the spinal cord. There were multiple rib anomalies with fusion of several upper thoracic ribs. MRI showed a spina bifida of the upper thoracic spine and tethering of the spinal cord distally.

Figure 3.84. Small "finger-like" dermal tag extending from the mid-line of the back at the T4 level. Underlying the skin tag there was bony dysraphism with a small band of soft tissue extending toward the spinal cord. There were multiple rib anomalies with fusion of several upper thoracic ribs. MRI showed a spina bifida of the upper thoracic spine and tethering of the spinal cord distally.

Tethered Spinal Cord
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  • ameera
    What Is Spina dysraphism?
    6 years ago

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