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Editorial Neural Tube Defects Ronald J. Lemire, MD The ongoing interest in neural tube defects is due significant advances made in several areas over the past thirty years. These include identification, treatment, and prevention, as well as the recognition that most children with spinal dysraphism will become competent adults. Comprehensive discussions of the subject are undertaken in the present issue of the Journal of Child Neurology by Liptak and colleagues1 and by Shurtleff in a recent book. Both of these writings emphasize the point that it is now uncommon for an investigator or clin ...
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