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With an estimated 85% of individuals with spina bifida (SB) surviving into adulthood, SB-specific transition to adult healthcare guidelines are warranted to address the diverse and complex medical, adaptive, and social needs particular to this condition. This commentary discusses the SB Transition Healthcare Guidelines from the 2018 Spina Bifida Association's Fourth Edition of the Guidelines for the Care of People with Spina Bifida, reviews current transition care models in which suchdoi:10.3233/prm-190633 pmid:31744036 fatcat:34j2a7mkvbd4ratkp7onsleeni