meningocele


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meningocele

[mə′niŋ·gə‚sēl]
(medicine)
Hernia of the meninges through a defect in the skull or vertebral column, forming a cyst filled with cerebrospinal fluid.
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debido a que la anencefalia no era total (meroacrania con meningocele occipital sin alteraciones en el eje espinal).
4) El caso aqui reportado presento meningocele, hipoplasia de radio y ulnas, fusion y hemivertebras cervicotoracicas, siendo esta una presentacion poco comun.
Conclusion: Spinal dysraphism is the most common cause of neurogenic bladder in children up to 15 years of age and myelomeningocele, meningocele and sacral agenesis comprised more than 60% of such cases.
No flow-void signals were seen, and there was a break in the overhanging dura mater, with a small meningocele in the posterior ethmoid (figure 1, B).
Segun el grado de deficiencia del mesodermo paraxial el defecto puede extenderse y afectar mayor numero de esclerotomos cervicales o toracicos desencadenando anomalias en las vertebras cervicales y toracicas, asi como falla en el cierre de los arcos neurales: manifestacion morfologica de los defectos espinales tipo mielomeningocele o meningocele.
Endoscopic surgical procedure of cases Transsphenoidal pituitary surgery 60 Clivus biopsy 1 Anterior skull base CSF leaks 8 Endoscopic medial maxillectomy 9 for inverting papilloma Malignant melanoma 3 Angiofibroma 1 Ossifying fibroma 3 Sphenoid sinus angioma 1 Meningocele 1 Intranasal dermoid cyst 1 Orbital apex cyst 1 Optico-carotid recess fungal mass 4 Removal foreign body (bullet) 1 from planum sphenoidale
Hydrocephalus, meningocele and anencephaly were the most common central nervous system anomalies.
Imaging findings suggested meningocele in the right jugular foramen region.
It may be associated to other congenital malformations in 64% of the cases (1), such as ear pavilion anomalies, atresia of the esophagus, congenital heart disease, spina bifida with meningocele or urogenital malformations such as vesicoureteral reflux and/or hydronephrosis, leading to chronic renal failure (1,2).
Congenitas Ano imperforado Agenesia Rectal Defecto Cloaca Mielomeningocele Meningocele Anatomicas Lesion obstetrica, parto vaginal Cirugia ano-rectal Reseccion intestino con preservacion de esfinteres Fractura pelvis Empalamiento anal Neurologicas Diabetes mellitus Accidente cerebro vasculares Demencia Tumores del sistema nervioso central, infeccion, trauma Espina bifida, Neuropatia del pudendo Funcionales Enfermedades psquiatricas Malabsorcion Enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal Proctitis post-radiacion Intususcepcion rectal, prolapso Impactacion fecal Incapacidad fisica
4,6) Differential diagnosis based upon clinical and radiographic presentation includes neurogenic tumors, lateral thoracic meningocele, extramedullary hematopoiesis, pleural tumor, pulmonary abscess, necrotizing pneumonia, mycobacterial or fungal pneumonia, cavitating neoplasm, empyema, bronchiectasis, emphysema, bronchogenic and foregut cysts, and cystic adenomatoid malformation.