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Moreover, it is obligatory to know the termination level of CM in order to accurately aid in proper diagnosis of low lying tethered cord in children (Snider et al., 2008).
Tethered cord can result from variety of conditions.
Urita et al., "Currarino syndrome with intramedullary spinal cord abscess related communication between the tethered cord and a presacral mass: a case report," Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case Reports, vol.
An MRI- based study from Peshawar8 found that out of the 60 patients who underwent multiplanar MRI lumbosacral spine examination, 17 (28.3%) had spinal dysraphism, with 15 having spina bifida, 11 tethered cord, 10 myelomeningocele, 7 diastematomyelia, 6 associated spinal lipomas, 3 had a dermal sinus tract, 2 myeloceles and 1 had an associated dermoid cyst.
Because it is a rarely seen entity, we present this case, a 17-year-old female with lumbosacral hypertrichosis that was diagnosed with tethered cord by using magnetic resonance imaging.
The differential diagnoses of FSP23 include treatable disorders like B12 deficiency dopa- responsive dystonia tethered cord syndrome spinal cord compression multiple sclerosis tertiary syphilis amyotrophic lateral sclerosis primary lateral sclerosis spinal cord arteriovenous malformation tropical spastic paraparesis and Friedreich's ataxia.
Tethered cord syndrome is a disease table characterized by progressive neurological deficits, which occurs as a result of spinal cord traction (2).
The past medical history was significant for spina bifida and tethered cord, for which he had a lipoma removal and release of tethered cord six months prior presentation.
After the operation, long-term follow-up of the patient for tethered cord is necessary.
Additionally, there are increasing reports5-7 of a lower conus position in patients with adult tethered cord syndrome (TCS) and transient neurologic syndrome (TNS), and incidents of spinal cord injury caused by spinal anesthesia or combined