Tethered cord

The cord extends to the sacral region, without a change in caliber or distinct conus. The cord ends in a lipoma, with tethering posteriorly. (Case provided courtesy of Reto Sutter, MD, Leitender Arzt, Radiologie, Uniklinik Balgrist, Zürich)

Tethered cord
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