Low lying tethere...
Sagittal T2
Low lying tethered cord reaching L4-5 level. Neural elements are seen extruding through the spina bifida, however the defect seems to be covered with skin (closed lip).
Modality: MRI (T2)

- “ Spinal dysraphism is a broad spectrum of congenital anomalies affecting the spine and cord. Lipomyelomeningocele occurs most commonly in the lower...”

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  • Lipomyelocele - “ Lipomyelocele is one of the most common closed spinal dysraphism. It is seen in thoracolumbar region and usually presents as a fatty subcutaneous ...”

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