A H Dawodu

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The objectives were to study the clinical and neurological abnormalities in children with cerebral palsy and to attempt to correlate the signs with radiological abnormalities detected by CT scan and/or MRI of the brain. In a prospective, hospital-based study, 65 children with cerebral palsy were examined neurologically and their perinatal history was(More)
Primary microcephaly is a heterogeneous group of cerebral malformations either with a relatively well-preserved or an abnormal gyral pattern. We describe the MRI findings and clinical features of 14 children with the combination of microcephaly and an abnormal gyral pattern. All children except one were Arabs and nine out of the 14 patients were born to(More)
We report on a child with severe midline facial cleft, bilateral cleft lip and palate, telecanthus, S-shaped palpebral fissures, limbic dermoid, midface hypoplasia, hypoplastic corpus callosum, and multiple skin appendages. This case may be an example of severe frontofacionasal "dysplasia" or a newly recognised syndrome.
We report four cases with the rare syndrome of tecto-cerebellar dysraphia with occipital encephalocele. The clinical features seen in these patients included episodic tachypnea and irregular breathing, opsoclonus, ataxia, marked hypotonia of the limbs, coloboma, and polydactyly. All four patients had midline occipital encephalocele. The cranial computed(More)
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