SB,spina bifida

spina bifida - SB
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    • Spina bifida (SB) is a neural tube defect diagnosed before or at birth that is associated with a high incidence of math disability often without co-occurring difficulties in reading...

    Lianne H. Englishet al. Mathematical development in spina bifida

    • Spina bifida is a congenital condition of the nervous system. It typically results in paralysis of the lower limbs, hydrocephalus, incontinence of bowel and bladder, lack of sensation below the lesion, and dislocated hips. Children with spina bifida have to cope with lifelong medical care. Despite the fact that spina bifida dates back to Stone Age, its etiology remains unknown. Families of children with spina bifida have received some research attention...

    Delar K. Singh. Families of Children with Spina Bifida: A Review

    • Spina bifida is a congenital spinal deformity that is characterized by an incomplete closure of the dorsal portion of the vertebrate. This report describes the radiological and pathological findings of this abnormality in a dead still birth mongrel. The dog demonstrated a cleft at the dorsal region of the thoracic vertebrate column, which resulted in exposition and protrusion of the spinal cord and the meninges...

    Ewaldo Mattos Junioret al. Espinha bífida em um cão natimorto sem raça definida

    • Spina bifida is a general term that encompasses a broad range of malformations. This review focuses on a subset of these malformations, which is characterised by caudal lesions affecting the spinal cord, vertebrae, and skin...

    J Melchionne RNet al. Seminar

    • Spina bifida is a frequent congenital malformation involving the spinal cord. It was first described by Nicolas Tulp in 1651 (Figs. 2.1 and 2.2). Nicolas Tulp is also famous for the portrait Rembrandt painted of him during his anatomical lessons. The term spina bifida was suggested by Tulp and proposed solely to describe the vertebral anomaly that was considered a duplication of the spinous process of the vertebra...

    Martin Catala. Embryology Applied to Neural Tube Defects (NTDs)

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