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Occult spinal dysraphism: a series of 73 cases.
The subject of occult spinal dysraphism or myelodysplasia is reviewed from standpoints of embryology, clinical manifestations, and treatment, and the management of 73 cases summarized. In general,Expand
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Congenital supratentorial arachnoid cysts are large lesions that tend to cause severe distortion and compression of the brain, particularly in infants and children. Diagnosis of such cysts has oftenExpand
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Anterior sacral meningocele. A presentation of three cases.
Anterior sacral meningoceles are congenital lesions that consist of a spinal fluid-filled sac in the pelvis communicating by a small neck with the spinal subarachnoid space through a defect in theExpand
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Trigonocephaly. Identity and surgical treatment.
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Occult spinal dysraphism. Diagnosis and management.
  • F. Anderson
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of pediatrics
  • 1 August 1968
The subject of occult spinal dysraphism is reviewed and a series of 27 patientswith several types of this clinically significant condition presented. When dysraphism involves the spinal cord or itsExpand
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Treatment of coronal and metopic synostosis: 107 cases.
This paper presents a personal series of 107 children with synostosis, 53 unicoronal, 27 bicoronal, and 28 metopic cases (1 child had both metopic and bicoronal synostosis). In 16 patients, otherExpand
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Infection in the operating room.
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Radiologic investigation of craniopagus twins (partial type).
L'exploration radiologique: tomodensitometrie, arteriographie cerebrale, a montre que la separation chirurgicale etait possible. Un des jumeaux est mort d'infection postoperatoire, l'autre,Expand
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Extraction of ceftazidime in bone.
The extraction of ceftazidime has been measured in bone by means of the outflow dilution technique following injection into the perfused nutrient artery of the canine tibia. The instantaneousExpand
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