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  • Congenital hemangioma of the face-Value of fetal MRI with prenatal ultrasound. [Case Reports]
    Radiol Case Rep 2019; 14(11):1443-1446Kolbe AB, Merrow AC, … Ruano R
  • We report the presentation, workup, and pre/perinatal management of a fetus with a large congenital hemangioma of the face. Hemangiomas are benign vascular neoplasms frequently encountered in neonates and infants. The less common congenital variant develops in utero and can present on prenatal ultrasound with diagnostic uncertainty as well as clinical implications for delivery. The differential d…
  • A case report of triple neural tube defect: revisiting the multisite closure theory. [Journal Article]
    BMC Surg 2019; 19(1):164Yadav JK, Khizar A, … Bhatti SN
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the multisite model of human neural tube closure, there are only two fusion sites and two neuropores unlike in mouse. This can explain the origin of open neural tube defects including anencephaly and myelomeningocele (as in our case) but cannot account for the development of encephalocele, which appears to be a post neurulation defect.
  • Occipital Encephalocele: Cause, Incidence, Neuroimaging and Surgical Management. [Journal Article]
    Curr Pediatr Rev 2019Markovic I, Bosnjakovic P, Milenkovic Z
  • Encephalocele (E) is a defect of the neural tube that refers to congenital malformations featured by skull defect and dura with extracranial spread of intracranial structures. Occipital encephalocele (OE)are the most common form of this congenital disorder and are manifested as a swelling of different sizes over the occipital bone in the midline. They are more frequent in females than in males. A…
  • Neural tube defect diagnosis and outcomes at a tertiary South African hospital with intensive case ascertainment. [Journal Article]
    S Afr Med J 2019; 109(9):698-703Krzesinski EI, Geerts L, Urban MF
  • CONCLUSIONS: A substantial number of NTDs can be ascertained from a tertiary hospital environment if multiple data sources are used, even though adding data from the Perinatal Problem Identification Program for outlying health facilities increases detection of lethal defects. Hospital-based surveillance can be considered, especially for SB. Prenatal diagnosis was fairly common and pregnancy termination was often offered and accepted if detected before 24 weeks' gestation. A regional prenatal ultrasound programme, predominantly based in primary care but with ready access to a tertiary centre, can be quite effective, although limited or delayed access to prenatal diagnosis must be addressed.
  • Repair of a large primary subtemporal encephalocele in a 3-year-old child: case report. [Case Reports]
    J Neurosurg Pediatr 2019; :1-6Thatikunta M, Bumpous J, … Mutchnick I
  • Primary encephaloceles (PEs) present only rarely in the temporal region; in the rare instance that they project through the floor of the middle fossa they are secondary. In this case report the authors report on the management of a giant PE extending through the floor of the middle fossa.An 8-month-old boy presented to the authors' service with a large PE projecting into his neck through a missin…
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