Traumatic lumbar pseudomeningocele occurring with spina bifida occulta.

@article{Johnson1998TraumaticLP,
  title={Traumatic lumbar pseudomeningocele occurring with spina bifida occulta.},
  author={J P Johnson and Joseph M. Lane},
  journal={Journal of spinal disorders},
  year={1998},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={80-3}
}
Pseudomeningocele in the lumbar spine due to spinal fractures or surgical procedures are well-recognized complications. We treated a 24-year-old man who fell from a horse, landing on his buttocks, and developed headaches, back pain, and a large lumbar subcutaneous fluid collection. Plain radiographs and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging revealed a midline… CONTINUE READING