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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Other spinal cord abnormalities such as tethered cord, low lying cord, segmentation anomalies, scoliosis, kyphosis were well delineated in our study.
There is low-lying conus and a tethered cord, reported in 70% of Currarino syndrome cases (curved arrow).
The most common spinal defects are spina bifida, dias tematomyelia, tethered cord, intraspinal lipomas, dermal sinuses, cutaneous aplasia, lipomeningomyelocele, and hemangiomas (4-7).
From these findings, a diagnosis was made of epidermoid tumor and tethered cord in the conus medullaris.
Human tail and other abnormalities of the lumbosacrococcygeal region relating to tethered cord syndrome.
The correlation between MRI and intraoperative findings of Tethered cord syndrome.
Radiologic and histopathologic findings in a rare case of complex occult spinal dysraphism with association of a lumbar fibrolipoma, neurenteric cyst and tethered cord syndrome.
The authors state that the incidence of tethered cord syndrome after surgical correction of neural tube defects as 4%.
Because the condition of diastematomyelia is rare and intervention could be dangerous, this case is presented in detail with reference to common findings in tethered cord syndrome (Table 1) and characteristics of pain in spinal cord tethering (Table 2).
Of the full cohort, 18 infants were diagnosed with neural tube defects, including 12 with spina bifida cystica, 4 with tethered cord syndrome associated with sacral lipoma, and 2 with dermal sinus tracts.
A wireless intercom system is being developed that will free the UH-60 and CH-47 aft crewmembers from the operational and safety restrictions of a tethered cord and has great potential for use by other platforms.