Human tail and myelomeningocele.

@article{Lin2007HumanTA,
  title={Human tail and myelomeningocele.},
  author={P M Lin and Yu-Tang Chang and H C Tseng and Jan-You Lin and Yu-Sheng Huang},
  journal={Pediatric neurosurgery},
  year={2007},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={334-7}
}
The human tail is rarely reported and is usually associated with underlying spina bifida occulta. A male newborn presenting a caudal appendage (human tail) with skin-covered myelomeningocele and tethered cord is described. Surgical excision of the human tail and repair of the myelomeningocele were performed 3 days after birth. After the operation, the… CONTINUE READING