dermoid cyst, epidermoid cyst, meningocoele
, meningoencephalocoele, Rathkes cleft cyst, craniopharyngioma); benign lesions (e.g.
 Lumbar hernias may be acquired or congenital (20%) and typically the later manifest in childhood [3-4] as an isolated phenomenon or in association with hereditary disorders such as syndrome of lumbar vertebral deficiency, meningocoele
Gleeson, "Jugular foramen meningocoele
in a patient with neurofibromatosis type 1," The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, vol.
Keywords: Calf; cranioplasty; frontal; meningocoele
All patients with diagnoses of NTD, spina bifida, meningomyelocoele, meningocoele
, anencephaly or encephalocoele, in themselves or in a family member, together with those who had such a diagnosis in a fetus, were included in this study.
He knew the condition--rib agenesis--was relatively rare; he knew it could be accompanied by spina bifida, congenital vertebral fusion, meningocoele
or other genetic anomalies; and he understood the syndrome eventually would lead to complications like shifting organs, abnormal lung growth and scoliosis (curvature of the spine).
These conditions include spina bifida aperta, spina bifida occulta, meningocoele
, myelomeningocoele, lipomyel-omeningocoele, myeloschisis, and rachischisis -names given variably according to radiological or pathological findings.
An endoscopic transsphenoidal reduction of the meningocoele
and obliteration of the right sphenoid sinus was performed.
It may equally well be applied to a skin covered lesion such as a meningocoele
or a variant of that.
In one patient with ruptured meningocoele
associated with meningitis, two organisms were isolated from one CSF sample.
Surgical correction of cranial meningocoele
in a crossbred calf.
Spina bifida is characterized as spina bifida cystica (or aperta), which encompasses meningocoele
, meningomyelocoele, rachischisis, and anencephaly.