Pseudodysraphism

A.Prof Frank Gaillard et al.

pseudodysraphism refers to the splayed  appearance of a normal spine created due to excessive craniocaudal angulation during sonographic evaluation. This can erroneously lead to the diagnosis of a spinal neural tube defect.

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rID: 7363
Section: Signs
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