Spinal hernia

Spinal hernia

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Spinal hernia- congenital cleft of the spine with a simultaneous malformation of the spinal cord and its shell. Most often localized in the lumbosacral region, where the closure of the spinal canal occurs last. There are traces. forms of spinal G .: meningocele, meningoradiculocele, myelomeningocele, myelotsysotsele, rachishisis. In all forms, the spinal G. is located along the midline, its shape and size are different, and combinations with other malformations of the spinal cord and brain are very frequent.

DIAGNOSIS does not cause difficulties. In doubtful cases, use of rectal examination and x-ray of the spine.

CLINIC. In cases of severe spinal g.

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