Extramedullary Spinal Cysts in Dogs Article Literature Review in Veterinary Surgery 43(6) May 2014 with 1, 389 Reads DOI: Intraspinal cysts: a classification and literature review. Goyal RN, Russell NA, Benoit BG, Belanger JM. Advances in radiologic technology have allowed the identification of a variety of cystic lesions of spinal nerve roots. Advances in radiologic technology have allowed the identification of a variety of cystic lesions of spinal nerve roots. Failure to appreciate the different characteristics of these cysts has led to a confusion in terminology, with different terms often being used to describe the same lesion.
In an In an attempt at clarification, the literature is reviewed and a simplified classification of spinal cysts presented. The distinguishing features of each type of cyst, its investigation, and appropriate treatment are discussed. A patient with an intraspinal enterogenous cyst is described.
A review of the English literature disclosed 26 previous pediatric cases reported. These cases w Intraspinal ventral extradural pseudocyst from C2 Th9 with compression of spinal cord: Case report and review of literature, P Fistouris, O Darvish, S Calero, S Cervical degenerative intraspinal cyst: a case report and literature review involving 132 cases Masaaki Machino, Yasutsugu Yukawa, Keigo Ito, and Fumihiko Kato Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Chubu Rosai Hospital, Japan Labor Health and Welfare Organization, Nagoya, Japan A review of spinal arachnoid cysts.
Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. 2008 April; 75(4) report of two cases with review of the literature. CT myelography has been used to look for a communication between the intraspinal subarachnoid space and the spinal arachnoid cyst,