Anterior sacral meningomyelocele
can be symptomatic or asymptomatic.
Bruce, "Spondylocostal dysostosis with perinatal death and meningomyelocele
," Pediatric Pathology, vol.
Its 72 chapters cover the anatomy of the genitourinary tract, pharmacology, physiology, and normal sexual function; functional and neurologic pathologies caused by disorders such as systemic illness, dementia, peripheral neuropathies, Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases, multiple sclerosis, cauda equina injury, tumors of the spinal cord, tethered cord syndrome, trauma, syringomelia, and multiple system atrophy; evaluation techniques; classification; treatment, including behavioral options, pharmacotherapy, tissue engineering, and surgery; special considerations for meningomyelocele
; treatment alternatives; complications; sexual dysfunction, fertility, and pregnancy; prognosis and follow-up; and reports and guidelines related to neurogenic bladder dysfunction.
Growth and pubertal development in patients with meningomyelocele
: a retrospective analysis.
Neurogenic bladder (NB) is most often caused by meningomyelocele
(MMC) and manifests with various lower urinary tract dysfunctions .
Cesarean section before onset of labor and subsequent motor function in infant with meningomyelocele
* Between 1990 and 2000, more than half of all children with meningomyelocele
(a form of spina bifida with a protrusion of the membranes and spinal cord through a defect in the vertebral column) developed an allergy to latex in childhood.
In the treated groups brain anomalies included poorly formedspinal cord leaving upside a cavity and meningomyelocele
, Heart anomalies included hemorrhage of pericardium and liver anomalies included necrosis of liver.DISCUSSION Rifampicin is one of the oldest and most effective chemotherapeutic agents available for thetreatment###of###tuberculosis###(Agrawal###andPanchagnula, 2005).
Long-term outcome and complications of children born with meningomyelocele
. Childs Nerv Syst 1992;8(2):92-96.
The etiology of hydroureteronephrosis was a neurogenic bladder secondary to meningomyelocele
in five patients, a posterior urethral valve in four patients.
Brohi et al8 reported it to be the 2nd commonest anomaly while, others reported meningomyelocele
as the commonest anomaly9,11.
Biglan, "Ophthalmologic complications of meningomyelocele
: a longitudinal study," Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, vol.