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The Application of CT in the Diagnostic Procedure of Diastematomyelia (DM)

  • C. D. Claussen
  • U. Banitza von Bazan
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Abstract

In 1940 Lichtenstein introduced the term “spinal dysraphism” which covers conditions with incomplet fusion of the embryonic structures, commonly involving the dorsal midline structures (1).

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  • C. D. Claussen
  • U. Banitza von Bazan

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