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eBook Spina Bifida: Problems and Management ePub

by G.D. Stark

  • ISBN: 0632001585
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: G.D. Stark
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Science Ltd (January 31, 1977)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1595 kb
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Main Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry Spina Bifida: Problems and Management. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 1977, 08 Vol. 40; Iss. 8. Spina Bifida: Problems and Management. 1. Neonatal Intensive Care: Mothers' and Fathers' Perceptions of What Is Stressful. McCOLLUM, J. Year: 1994.

Problems and Management. Country of Publication. Blackwell Science Ltd.

Essentially all patients with spina bifida aperta have an associated Chiari II malformation. Hydrocephalus in the context of spina bifida may represent the most complicated and confusing form of congenital hydrocephalus. Essentially all patients with spina bifida aperta have an associated Chiari II malformation. In some, especially those with very low lesion levels, this malformation may be very mild.

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Stark GD. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford, UK, 1977. J Pediatr Surg 1987; 22: 153–157. by Gordon David Stark.

Spina bifida is a birth defect in which there is incomplete closing of the spine and membranes around the spinal cord during early development in pregnancy. There are three main types: spina bifida occulta, meningocele and myelomeningocele. The most common location is the lower back, but in rare cases it may be the middle back or neck. Occulta has no or only mild signs, which may include a hairy patch, dimple, dark spot or swelling on the back at the site of the gap in the spine.

Spina bifida is a condition that affects the spine and is usually apparent at birth. This type of spina bifida causes moderate to severe disabilities, such as problems affecting how the person goes to the bathroom, loss of feeling in the person’s legs or feet, and not being able to move the legs. It is a type of neural tube defect (NTD). Meningocele (sounds like: ma-nin-jo-seal; hear how meningocele soundsexternal icon) Another type of spina bifida is meningocele.

Knowledge of spina bifida and of its treatment, once so richly diffused - ly 30 years ago, began to fade. By C. Sainte-Rose As we stand at the dawn of the 21st century, one may ponder the rationale of writing a book on spina bifida. Young neurosurgeons who had never seen such a m- formation at its initial presentation were hesitant, and did not understand the protean clinical signs of these patients presenting to the emergency department or outpatient clinics. This situation, however, did not last for long.

Spina bifida is what is known as a neural tube defect. Read about the different treatments for spina bifida. Treatments will aim to address the particular problems and needs of the individual. Spina Bifida And It's Types. com. she-coul.

This book presents a balanced, practical account of all aspects of management of the child with spina bifida based on an understanding of the primary physiological derangements in the lower limb, bladder, bowel, etc. The indications for and principles of operative treatment as well as its complications are fully discussed. It is intended as a guide for hospital and community pediatricians responsible for coordinating multidisciplinary care and for pediatric, orthopedic and neurosurgeons who require a broader view of the child with spina bifida.