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Beverly G. Coleman, MD, FACR
The Fetal Spine: Pearls & Pitfalls
Beverly G. Coleman, MD, FACR
05/14/2012 | Time : 51 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : The fetal spine, Pearls, NMNS, Normal spine, Ossification of fetal spine, Conus medullaris, Miscellaneous spinal anomalies, Single thoracic hemi-vertebra, Isolated anomalous L1 vertebrae, Vertebral dysplasia, Costochondral dysplasia, Sacral dysgenesis with absent sacral vertebrae, Kyphosis, Sharp kyphosis with spinal dysraphism, Scoliosis, Severe scoliosisT9 down, Missed scoliosis in limb body wall complex, Spina bifida, Recognized causes of NTD , Pathogenesis of NTD, Sheep and human MMC models, Prenatal natural history of MMC, Direct trauma to exposed cord, MOMS trial, Surgical images, Outcomes, Post-surgical reversal, Spina bifida, What we did for spinal assessment, MMC, Video clip, Lower extremity evaluation, LE muscular atrophy, Spina bifida classification, Types of occult spinal dysraphism, Tethered cord, Tethered cord, Diastematomyelia, Thoracolumbar MMC, Terminal myelocystocele, Myelocystocele, Spina bifida cystic, Uncommon menigocele, Myelocystocele, Spina bifida classification, Closed spinal defect, Spina bifida classification, Myeloschisis, Open spinal defects, Thoracic MMC, Rare cervical myelomingogocele, CNS findings, Abnormal cranial finding associated with open spina bifida defects, Asymmetric lateral ventricles, left up and larger, Lemon sign, Normal cerebral ventricles, S4 lesion, Accuracy of lemon and cerebellar markers, Pseudo microcephaly, Prognostic factors, Kyphoscoliosis, Lumbar MMC, Sacrococcygeal teratoma, SCT classification, Large, predominately solid and hypervascular Type 1 SCT, Prognostic factors in SCT fetuses, Type 1 solid SCT at significant risk of developing NIH, Sonographic assessment of SCT, Type III SCT with NIH and severe oligohydramnios, Sonographic image, Complications associated with SCT, Solid, hypervascular Type I SCT, Anomalies often associated with SCT volume, Large solid Type II SCT, Spinal cord invasion, Large Type III SCT, Obstructed bladder, kidneys, spinal cord invasion, Huge Type IV SCT, Type I SCT, Cystic Type I SCT, Conclusions

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Keywords : anecephaly, Arnold Chiari II malformation, banana sign, biparietal diameter, BPD, cephalocele, cerebellar tonsils, cerebellum, cerebral ventricular hydrocephalus, cisterna magna, closed spina bifida, cm, conus medullaris, costochondral dysplasia, diastematomyelia, fetal ascites, fetal spine, fetal ultrasound, hemi-vertebra, hindbrain herniation, kyphoscoliosis, lemon sign, limb body wall complex, meningocele, microcephaly, MMC, myelocystocele, myelomeningocele, myeloschisis, neural tube defect, non-immune hydrops, NTD, occult spinal dysraphism, oligohydramnios, open spina bifida, polyhydramnios, sacral agenesis, sacral dimple, sacral dysgenesis, sacral kyphosis, sacrococcygeal teratoma, scoliosis, SCT, spina bifida cystic, spina bifida occulta, spina bifida, spinal anomalies, tethered spinal cord, thoracic myelomingogocele, vertebral dysplasia

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