Meningocele, Biology

Meningocele

In this the meninges protrude through the opening in the vertebrae generally in the lower back. The sac contains meninges and cerebrospinal fluid.

The sac may be covered by a thin transparent membrane or it may be completely covered by skin. There is no neurologic defect and the spinal cord is not involved

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