neurenteric cysts

neur·en·ter·ic cysts

paravertebral cysts commonly connected to the meninges or a portion of the gastrointestinal tract that develop due to incomplete separation of endoderm from the notochord during early fetal life; often symptomatic.

neur·en·ter·ic cysts

(nūr'en-ter'ik sists)
Paravertebral cysts commonly connected to the meninges or a portion of the gastrointestinal tract that develop due to incomplete separation of endoderm from the notochord during early fetal life; often symptomatic.
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They include pericardial and neural cysts, bronchogenic cysts, esophageal duplication cysts, neurenteric cysts, and cysts of other origin.
Unlike neurenteric cysts, bronchogenic cysts are usually small and not associated with prenatal complications, based on the limited experience with prenatally diagnosed cases [5].
Much rarer primary tumors are schwannomas of other cranial nerves: of the trigeminal nerve, of the facial nerve, or of the caudal cranial nerves; paragangliomas, chordomas, chordosarcomas, arachnoid or neurenteric cysts, dermoid tumors, and metastases5.
INTRODUCTION: Intraspinal neurenteric cysts are rare and account for only 0.
Spinal neurenteric cysts are infrequently reported congenital abnormalities that are believed to be derived from an abnormal connection between the primitive endoderm and ectoderm during the 3rd week of life.
15] Neurenteric cysts were also reported intracranially.
The intraspinal neurenteric cysts may occur without vertebral body abnormality.
Neurenteric cysts are uncommonly reported congenital abnormalities that are thought to be an abnormal connection between the endoderm and ectoderm during the 3rd week of life.
Neurenteric cysts (NC) also called endodermal cysts, enterogenous cyst, enteric cyst, gastrocytoma, dorsal enteric fistula, split notochord syndrome and teratoid cyst.
5 Hemivertebrae, unsegmentation of vertebra, spina bifida, and clefts in the vertebral bodies are all vertebral abnormalities that can be associated with neurenteric cysts.
Neurenteric cysts in children: 16 consecutive cases and review of the literature.
A case of a mediastinal neurenteric cyst demonstrated by prenatal ultrasound.