myelocele

(from the article `neural tube defect`) In more serious forms of spina bifida, part of the spinal cord is left uncovered by the skin or actually protrudes from the spinal column. In ...
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myelocele

(mi┬┤ә-lo-sēl) protrusion of the spinal cord through a defect in the spinal column.
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myelocele

1. Protrusion of the spinal cord in spina bifida. ... Origin: myelo-+ G. Kele, hernia ... 2. The central canal of the spinal cord. ... Origin: G. Myelos, marrow, + koilia, a hollow ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Myelocele

protrusion of the spinal cord and its coverings out from the spine; one of the more severe forms of spina bifida
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myelocele

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′ĕ-lō-sēl Definitions: 1. Protrusion of the spinal cord in spina bifida. 2. The central canal of the spinal cord.
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