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The aim of this study is to describe how kicking frequency and complexity differs over developmental time between typically developing infants, infants with SB who have had prenatal repair of their spinal lesion, and infants with SB who have had postnatal repair.
The purpose of this study is to form a registry of data on the long term physical and mental health outcomes of the mother and child following fetal surgical repair for spina bifida.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate a new, minimally-invasive technique (fetoscopic repair) for repair of spina bifida (MMC) during the second trimester of pregnancy. Researchers are trying to determine if this less invasive surgical approach will have less risk to the mother and, at the same time, adequate closure of the fetal spina bifida defect.
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