Intraspinal lesions associated with sacrococcygeal dimples.

@article{Harada2014IntraspinalLA,
  title={Intraspinal lesions associated with sacrococcygeal dimples.},
  author={Atsuko Harada and Kenichi Nishiyama and Junichi Yoshimura and Masakazu Sano and Yukihiko Fujii},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          81-6
        }
}
UNLABELLED OBJECT.: Sacrococcygeal dimples in the gluteal fold, also known as coccygeal pits, are observed in 2%-4% of newborns. Sacrococcygeal dimples are not generally considered to be associated with a significant risk of intraspinal anomalies and therefore are not thought to require further radiographic evaluation. Accordingly, the precise incidence and nature of intraspinal lesions that may be associated with sacrococcygeal dimples is unclear. This study was conducted to determine the… CONTINUE READING

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