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Causes Of Caudal Regression Syndrome
Depends: Usually not to long, but some mild cases have survived. ...Read more
The term regression may be used in different ways in medicine. Regression might mean that symptoms of a disease are improving or subsiding. Regression can also be used as a psychological term that means returning to a less developed state. For instance, a traumatized child that is already potty trained - may begin wetting or soiling his ...Read more
HELP!!! My daughter has two rare diseases. One is Caudal Regression Syndrome which I can find some information about. The other is Bilateral PFFD.
Pffd: Proximal Femoral Focal Defficiency or PFFD is related to caudal regression syndrome.It is the pard of decreased development of the notochord in the lower spine area often associated with folic acid defficiency of in infants of Diabetic mothers have your child tested by orthopedics doctor to check for instability of the hip ...Read more
Yes: Patients with caudal regression syndrome may have some of the following symptoms: absence or underdevelopment of the lower vertebrae, pelvis and/or tailbone at the end of the spine; displacement of the external sex organs; and/or a defect in which the urinary opening is on the underside of the penis (hypospadias). There are other symptoms as well. ...Read more
Which is more likely to cause caudal equina syndrome: a tarvol cyst, a lesion in thecal sac at l4, or nerve damage from tvt bladder sling and removal?
Maybe combo, prob L4: The tarlov cyst is like a pimple or a freckle, this is usually nothing but it might be taking up space "crowding" the nearby tissues, although unlikely. If there is a lesion in the thecal sac, this is the most likely cause, but i'm not knowing what the "lesion" is. The bladder sling shouldn't be able to contribute. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Congenital disorder: A fetus develops cephalocaudally, which is a fancy way of saying “from head to tail.” in caudal (“tail”) regression, the lower spine forms abnormally in the 3rd-7th week of development. Depending on severity, this can lead to malformed lower vertebrae, tail bone, pelvis, and spine. Minor cases may not have symptoms and severe cases may cause neurological problems in the lower part of the body. ...Read more
Can you explain features and causes of holoproscephaly, caudal dysgenesis, sacrococcygeal teratoma and situs inversus?
NO: Each entity by itself would require more than the 400 characters allow to properly explain. ...Read more