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Congenital ailments and Syndromes – An Illustrated Radiological Guide is designed to serve the radiologist as an easy-to-use visible advisor that illustrates the common diagnostic radiological beneficial properties of the commonest congenital ailments and syndromes. The e-book is organised in keeping with physique procedure, with chapters targeting the CNS, the pinnacle and neck, the chest and middle, the stomach and pelvis, and the musculoskeletal approach. a last bankruptcy is dedicated to phacomatoses. each one syndrome or sickness is illustrated by way of a number of pictures in addition to by means of high quality electronic scientific illustrations depicting these radiological indicators which are tough to become aware of. The reader is thereby familiarised with some of the congenital anomalies from the radiological standpoint. furthermore, etiology, diagnostic standards, and major signs are defined, and power differential diagnoses highlighted. This ebook should be immensely precious for junior radiologists, radiology scholars, and medical professionals in any uniqueness who're drawn to congenital malformations and syndromes.

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The cerebellum has a normal configuration and can be small (Fig. 5). A characteristic criterion of the mega cisterna magna is an absent hydrocephalus, which is part of the DWM triad. located in the subarachnoid space and does not communicate with the fourth ventricle. The cerebellum and its vermis are normal. It causes hydrocephalus by pressing over the fourth ventricle. For Further Reading Fig. 5. Axial CT image of a patient with mega cisterna magna. Note the intact cerebellar vermis (white arrowhead ) and the normally configured small cerebellum.

It involves lymphatic proliferation in the bones and viscera. The disease affects children and young adults. There are three forms of lymphangiomatosis: ¼ Cystic form: this form is known as “cystic hygroma,” and most commonly occurs in the neck or the axilla in children. ¼ Capillary form: this form affects the skin. ¼ Cavernous form: this form affects the bone, soft tissues, and the viscera. Cystic hygroma is usually diagnosed before 2 years of life. Typically, the cyst grows in size as the child grows.

Fig. 2. Coronal T2-weighted MR image of the same patient shows “steer-horn appearance” of the lateral ventricles (arrowheads) Chest and Heart Abdomen and Pelvis Musculoskeletal System Phakomatoses The corpus callosum (CC) is composed of interhemispheric commissural nerve fibers, connecting the right cerebral hemisphere to the left hemisphere. Corpus callosum dysgenesis (CCD) is a term used to describe a common group of cerebral malformations that can occur as an isolated anomaly or as a part of several congenital cerebral malformations.

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