WORK (2013) PRONE POSITION MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGES IN OCCULT TETHERED CORD

The figure below is part of the scientific work published in major international scientific journal by Japanese colleagues at the University of Hiroshima: prone position magnetic resonance in the in patients with OCCULT TETHERED CORD SYNDROME.
The left part of the figure below is relative to prone position magnentic resonance in healthy person of the control group, in the right part of the figure indicated prone position magnetic resonance in patient with occult tethered cord.
In patients with OCCULT TETHERED CORD SYNDROME the filum terminale does not switch to the force of gravity with radicelle nervous but remains in the rear position (HEAD OF WHITE ARROW RIGHT SIDE IN THE FIGURE).

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