My daughter has Spina Bifida and her daughter has Spina Bifida
No, spina bifida is a birth defect. Therefore, a person has to be born with spina bifida to have it.
Spina Bifida is a neural tube defect.
Spina Bifida Occulta
Spina Bifida is Latin for "split spine".
No, "Nuera" is not another name for Spina Bifida. Myelomeningocele is another name for Spina Bifida.
The most common name for Spina Bifida IS Spina Bifida. It is also known as myelomeningocele.
Various forms of spina bifida are known as meningomyelocele, myelomeningocele, spina bifida aperta, open spina bifida, myelodysplasia, spinal dysraphism, spinal rachischisis, myelocele, and meningocele.
Spina is Latin for "spine" and Bifida is Latin for "split" or "open" and that is exactly what Spina Bifida is, an opening or split in the spine.
Spina Bifida is not a chromosomal defect. Individuals born with Spina Bifida have the normal number of chromosomes, 46.
No, Spina Bifida is a NTD Neural Tube Defect.