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Recommended Readings on Tethered Cord Syndrome With a Normally Positioned Conus in Children

This page was last updated on May 9th, 2017

  • Tubbs RS, Oakes WJ: Can the conus medullaris in normal position be tethered? Neurol Res 26:727-731, 2004
  • Nazar GB, Casale AJ, Roberts JG, et al: Occult filum terminale syndrome. Pediatr Neurosurg 23: 228-235,1995
  • Warder DE, Oakes WJ: Tethered cord syndrome and the conus in a normal position. Neurosurgery 33:374-378, 1993
  • Warder DE, Oakes WJ: Tethered cord syndrome: the low-lying and normally positioned conus. Neurosurgery 34:597-600.1994