843 MRImaginginthe Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome Narasimhachan Raghavan1 A. James Barkovich1 Michael Edwards2 David Norman1 MR examinations of the spine were reviewed in 25 patients with a clinical diagnosis of tethered spinal cord. in 21 patIents (84%), the level of the tip of the conus was ...
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Tethered Cord Syndrome with Abnormal Gait Maritza DeLaRosa, MD, Vasantha Kondamudi, MD, Noah Kondamudi, MD, and Sham Juratli, MD Parents frequently visit their family physicians with concerns of gait abnormality in their children.
2 Tethered Satellites - Video Resource Guide - EV-1997-07-011-HQ Video Synopsis Title: Tethered Satellites Part 1 - Tethered Satellite Forces and Motion Part 2 - Electrical Circuits in Space: The Electrodynamics of the Tethered Satellite Length: Part 1 - 21 minutes, 11 seconds Part 2 - 18 ...
Laminectomy for Tethered Cord A tethered spinal cord is characterized by an abnormal attachment of the spinal cord to the surrounding tissues. The lower end of a normal spinal cord is found in the upper lumbar spinal canal.
CENTRALIZED DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF NOVEL ORBITING FORMATIONS OF TETHERED SPACECWT* Marco B. Quadrelli Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
77 XII. AFCRL Tethered- Balloon Programs William R. Ferguson, Capt, USAF Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories Bedford, Massachusetts Abstract A summary of current AFCRL tethered balloon programs js presented.
ROSEN Tethered Pigging | Brian Parker| July 15, 2008 Contents 1. Tethered Pigging Process and Equipment 2. Data Analysis and Reporting 3. Additional Options - ROSEN Robotics
Tethered Spinal Cord, Diastematomyelia, and Terminal Syringomyelia in an Adult (Report of a case and the review of the literature) Eri~kin Hastada Gergin Omurilik Sendromu, Aynk Omurilik
Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome Myelomeningocele/Lipomyelomeningocele Tethered spinal cord syndrome is a neurological disorder caused by tissue attachments that limit the movement of the spinal cord within the spinal column.