hydromyelomeningocele

hydromyelomeningocele

 [hi″dro-mi″ĕ-lo-mĕ-ning´go-sēl]
a defect of the spine marked by protrusion of the membranes and tissue of the spinal cord, forming a fluid-filled sac.

hydromyelomeningocele

/hy·dro·my·elo·me·nin·go·cele/ (-mi″ĕ-lo-mĕ-ning´go-sēl) myelomeningocele containing both cerebrospinal fluid and spinal cord tissue.

hydromyelomeningocele

(hī″drō-mī″ĕ-lō-mĕ-nĭng′gō-sēl) [″ + myelos, marrow, + meninx, membrane, + kele, tumor, swelling]
Spinal deformity in which a fluid-filled sac containing spinal cord and surrounding membranes protrudes through the spine.

hydromyelomeningocele

a defect of the spine marked by protrusion of the membranes and tissue of the spinal cord, forming a fluid-filled sac.