encephalomyelocele

en·ceph·a·lo·my·el·o·cele

(en-sef'ă-lō-mī-ĕl'ō-sēl),
Congenital defect in the cranium, usually in the occipital region, and cervical vertebrae with herniation of the meninges and neural tissue.
[G. enkephalos, brain, + myelon, marrow, + kēlē, hernia]

en·ceph·a·lo·my·el·o·cele

(en-sef'ă-lō-mī'ĕ-lō-sēl)
Congenital cranial defect usually in the occipital region and cervical vertebrae, with herniation of the meninges and neural tissue.
[G. enkephalos, brain, + myelon, marrow, + kēlē, hernia]
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Depending upon the acquisition's spatial resolution and degree of motion, as well as the size of the abnormality, dorsal induction (encephalomyelocele); ventral induction (holoprosencephaly); cellular division and differentiation; migration anomalies; and ventricular system abnormalities may all be defined more efficiently with MPR and thin-slab MIP (Figure 9C).
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