Correlation of cutaneous lesions with clinical radiological and urodynamic findings in the prognosis of underlying spinal dysraphism disorders.

Abstract

Spinal dysraphism is characterized by a lack of fusion of the vertebral arches that occurs in the absence of spinous processes with variable amounts of lamina. Here, we retrospectively present the importance of cutaneous lesions and their correlation with clinical presentation, radiological examination and urodynamic assessment. We retrospectively reviewed… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000149901

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