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Spinal dysraphism: can I miss this diagnosis?

Spinal dysraphism is a set of malformations that involve the dorsal portion of the embryo, including changes in the spine and adjacent neural tissue, which may be silent or very evident. In mild cases of posterior arch closure defect, or residual presence of filum terminal lipomas, patients usually discover it late, due to the absence …

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