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European Science Review, Issue 9-10/2016

Anomalies of spine and spinal cord in children with anorectal malformations

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-16-9.10-148-150

Pages: 148 - 150

Authors: Ergashev N. S., Otamuradov F. A., Ergashev N. N.

Abstract: Associated malformations with anorectal malformations (ARM) are observed in various combinations, in 10– 60,7% of combined anomalies of the spine and spinal cord. Objective: to determine the nature of concomitant pathology of the spine, spinal cord and related disorders in children workstation. Results: We included 51 children after surgery for various forms of ARM carried out in the clinic 2004–2015year. The prevalence of functional disorders (60.8%) in normal and satisfactory anatomical structure (76.5%) of the surveyed data prompted us to study after surgery. The results showed that neurospinal cord anomalies/dysraphism (ND) or sacrovertebral anomalies/dysraphism (SD) are widespread at the workstation, which confirms the need for a focused examination of each patient for diseases of the spine and spinal cord, the observation and treatment of co pediatric surgeon and a neurologist

Keywords: anorectal malformations, Associated anomalies of the spine and spinal cord, diagnostics, children

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