An Unusual Presacral Cyst in An Infant ED07-ED08
Dr. Pragati Aditya Sathe,
A/7, Jeevan Sudha Society, C.D. Barfiwala Road, Andheri West, Mumbai 400058, India.
The neurenteric cyst is a rare developmental lesion arising as a result of persistence of the neurenteric canal. It usually presents in the second and third decade. Lesions occurring in children are rare. Majority of the cases presented with signs of spinal cord involvement. This is a rare case of neurenteric cyst in an infant who presented with a presacral mass. A nine-month-old female had an antenatally diagnosed sacrococcygeal lesion. Radiology suggested a diagnosis of sacrococcygeal teratoma. Histology was typical of a neurenteric cyst. We report this case to create awareness about this rare cystic lesion and inclusion of this entity in the differential diagnosis of cystic masses in children at this location.