volume 116, issue 2, P349-354 1975
DOI: 10.1148/116.2.349
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Abstract: Six cases of possible diastematomyelia studied by air myelography with tomography were thought to involve fibrous or bony septa, but in each case no septum was found. Surgical findings included prominent midline posterior fissures in the cord associated with fibrous bands, an unusual tentlike extension of the arachnoid over the spinal cord, and hemicords with no intervening septum. Recognition of an osseous septum on the plain film does not necessarily mean that the cord is completely divided by bone, as other…

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