The wide open sac...
Axial T1
The wide open sacral bony defect is clearly seen with the neural element extruding outside and the subcutaneous lipoma extending into the canal (lipomyelomeningocele). Intact skin covering is also evident.
Modality: MRI (T1)

- “ 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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