Currarino triad

The Currarino triad (not to be confused with Currarino-Silverman syndrome, the eponymous name for pectus carinatum type 2 deformity) or ASP triad, is characterised by:

  • anorectal malformation or congenital anorectal stenosis
  • sacrococcygeal osseous defect
  • presacral mass

Epidermoid cysts of the central nervous system have also been associated 5

History and etymology

It was originally described by paediatric radiologist Guido Currarino in 1981 3.

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Article information

rID: 8308
Section: Syndromes
Tags: stub, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Currarino's triad
  • ASP triad
  • ASP complex
  • Currarino syndrome

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