Survival of infants with unoperated myeloceles

Robards, M.F.; Thomas, G.G.; Rosenbloom, L.
October 1975
British Medical Journal;10/4/1975, Vol. 4 Issue 5987, p12
Academic Journal
Examines the survival of patients with myeloceles. Survival of infants with spina bifida and denied closure of myelocele; Decisions in the management of the condition; Indications for treating hydrocephalus rather than the pros and cons of myelocele closure.


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