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7 studies found for:    "Occult spinal dysraphism"
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1 Terminated Comparing Surgical Decompression Versus Conservative Treatment in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Condition: Central Spinal Cord Syndrome
Interventions: Procedure: Surgical decompression;   Procedure: Conservative treatment
2 Withdrawn Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Spine
Conditions: Tethered Cord;   Chiari I Malformation
Intervention: Procedure: MRI
3 Terminated Intermittent Positive-Pressure Breathing Effects in Patients With High Spinal Cord Injury
Conditions: Central Cord Injury Syndrome;   Central Spinal Cord Syndrome
Intervention: Device: intermittent positive-pressure breathing (IPPB)
4 Recruiting Effect of Acetazolamide & Position in CSF Leakage and Collection and Wound Dehiscence
Conditions: Fibrolipoma of Filum Terminale;   Lipomyelomeningocele;   Split Cord Malformation;   Dermal Sinus;   Tethered Cord Syndrome;   Tumor
Interventions: Drug: Acetazolamide;   Other: prone positioning;   Other: Acetazolamide+ prone positioning
5 Completed
Has Results
Hemangioma Associated With High Rates of Morbidity
Condition: Hemangioma
Interventions: Device: MRI;   Device: MRI of head and neck;   Other: Dermatological Examination;   Other: Cardiac examination;   Device: Abdominal ultrasound
6 Completed Treatment of Persistent Urinary Incontinence in Children
Condition: Urinary Incontinence
Interventions: Procedure: Surgery;   Procedure: Medical Treatment
7 Unknown  Genetics of Neural Tube Defects
Condition: Neural Tube Defects
Intervention:

Study has passed its completion date and status has not been verified in more than two years.