The aim of this study is to assess the contribution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis and evaluation of split spinal cord malformations (SSCM) and associated spinal anomalies.
Material and Methods: According to pangs classification, we have reviewed and analyzed 22 cases of SSCMs treated at our institution
and present our findings.
Results: Six fibrous (27.3%) and 16 osseous (72.7%) septums were detected. Twenty one of them (95.4%) had tense cord.
Conclusion: Other components of spinal dysraphism such as lipomyelomeningocele, meningocele, occult intrasacral meningocele, phylum
terminale lipoma, lipoma, dermal sinus tract, dural ectasia, syringohydromyelia and bony abnormalities were associated with
Split spinal cord malformations, diastematomyelia, spinal dysraphism, MRI
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