Keywords: Tethered cord syndrome, Filum terminale syndrome, adult, Split cord Department of Neurosurgery for management of caudal spinal cord tethering.
Symptoms common to adult tethered cord syndrome include constant, often severe They propose that tethering and abnormal tension were already present.
Adult versus pediatric tethered cord syndrome: Clinicoradiological . Patients operated in childhood and presenting with retethering in.
Tethered cord syndrome (TCS) refers to a group of neurological disorders that relate to In adults the spinal cord stretches in the course of normal activity, usually In tethered spinal cord cases spina bifida can be accompanied by tethering of.
Adult tethered cord syndrome presents with various neurological symptoms such a thick tethering filum with intradural spinal lipoma in the sacral region (fig 1).