Spina bifida is an abnormality of the nervous system that occurs in a baby's development during the first month of pregnancy. Most textbooks define spina bifida as a neural tube defect or a gap in the fusing of the neural tube that encloses the spinal cord. While a neural tube defect indicates a diagnosis of spina bifida, it is only part of what is a total nervous system disorder. The number of children born with spina bifida is approximately 1 in every 1000 births.Learn More
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