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Status Dysraphicus

Known as: Dysraphicus, Status 
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Review
1988
Review
1988
  • F. Hollwich
  • Klinische Monatsblätter für Augenheilkunde
  • 1988
  • Corpus ID: 22143280
We are indebted to I. Loewenfeld and her ophthalmologist colleague H. S. Thompson for having called for an explanation of the… 
1973
1973
Two siblings are described with mutilating lesions of the feet and hands, with sensory disturbances and muscle amyotrophy. The… 
1964
1964
In status dysraphicus there is dysplasia of the spinal cord and also defective development of the mesoderm and ectoderm in the… 
1957
1957
1951
1951
The sinus rhomboidalis sacralis or sinus lumbosacralis as it is named by Ariens Kappers (1920) is an interesting anatomical part… 
Highly Cited
1943
Highly Cited
1943
An interesting syndrome called Marfan's disease for the French physician of that name who first drew attention1to it in 1896 was… 
Highly Cited
1940
Highly Cited
1940
Since 1641, when Tulpuis 1 described a curious malformation of the spinal cord and the meninges to which he gave the name spina… 
Review
1940
Review
1940
THE appearance in our clinic of two or more members of four different families with trophic changes in the soft and bony tissues… 
Review
1937
Review
1937
Abstract PART I. ARACHNODACTYLY The clinical picture of arachnodactyly as described by Marfan is so characteristic that one…