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Development of Intraspinal Ectopic Endometrial Tissue in Connection with Tethered Cord Syndrome
Internal medicine (Tokyo. 1992)
We herein report a rare case of intraspinal ectopic endometrial tissue associated with tethered cord syndrome. The patient underwent MR imaging of the lumbar spine and CT spinal angiography. Asymptomatic dysraphism was also detected, including spinal bifida, low-lying conus medullaris, spinal meningocele and a lumbosacral lipoma. Venous reflux obstruction was also suggested. The patient underwent L2-S1 laminectomy and microdecompression of the lesion. The histological and immunohistochemicaldoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.53.2266 pmid:25447661 fatcat:s4v6zzr5bzfsnkz5z5e5ai6hyu