J M Cantero-Antón

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A giant meningocelic sac has not been usually described in adult patients, due to the fact that it shows a low incidence and few newborn have survived to date though the malformation is benign. We report two cases of patients born with the described malformation and who were not operated at that time, so they reached adulthood with bigger sacs. They needed(More)
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