Ossamah S Alsowayan

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OBJECTIVE Secondary tethering of the spinal cord (TSC) occurs in 3-30% of patients with history of spinal cord dysraphism repair. As many patients with spinal cord dysraphism already have symptoms,(More)
INTRODUCTION Primary tethered spinal cord (TSC) refers to a group of abnormalities associated with a posterior bony spinal defect that develops beneath an intact dermis and epidermis. There is(More)
INTRODUCTION Secondary vesicoureteric reflux (VUR) is a common problem associated with non-compliant bladders. Management of this disorder is debatable in literature. Many authors reported high(More)
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