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Dorothy Bulas, MD
Neonatal Spine Imaging
Dorothy Bulas, MD
08/17/2009 | Time : 23 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Objectives, Background, Overview, Indications, High risk vs. low risk, Embryology, Spinal dysraphism, Open spinal dysraphism, Closed dysraphism, Where to start, Skin-covered mass, Technique, Normal lumbar spine anatomy, Counting, Longitudinal image, Panoramic view, Borderline low, Transverse image, Transverse conus, Normal filum terminale, Normal variants, Ventriculus terminalis, Filar cyst, Prominent filum terminale, Pseudomass, Pseudo sinus tract, Dysmorphic coccyx, Lumbar spine pathology, Fatty filum, Spinal lipoma, Tethered cord/tight filum, Tethered cord with syrinx, Tethered cord and fatty filum, Lipomyelomeningocele, Caudal regression syndrome, Epidural/subdural hematoma, Hematoma, Sacrococcygeal teratoma,

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Keywords : caudal regression syndrome, cerebrospinal fluid, Chiari malformation, closed spinal dysraphism, coccyx, conus medullaris, CSF, dorsal nerve root bundle, dorsal thecal sac, dura, epidural hematoma, fibrolipoma, filar cyst, filum terminale, L spine, lipomyelomeningocele, lumbar spine, meningocele, myelocele, myelocystocele, neonatal spine, neural tube, neuroblastoma, neuroenteric cyst, open spinal dysraphism, S spine, sacral agenesis, sacral spine, sacrococcygeal teratoma, sacrum, spina bifida, spinal dysraphism, spinal lipoma, split cord, subdural hematoma, syrinx, tethered cord, transverse process, ventral nerve root bundle, ventriculs terminalis, vertebral bodies

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