Ljerka Schmutzer

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The case of a seventeen-year-old female patient with septo-optic dysplasia and pituitary dwarfism is presented. Mental retardation and epilepsy, in addition to absence of the septum pellucidum, point to a widespread lesion of the central nervous system. There is unilateral hypoplasia of the optic nerve. She is of small stature. The dynamic pituitary tests(More)
In order to develop quantitative criteria for normal lateral ventricular dimensions, 70 cerebral computed tomographic scans of premature infants were reviewed and 31 normal scans were selected as suitable for establishing cerebroventricular indices. In 15 normal premature infants of less than 32 weeks gestational age the mean bifrontal index was 0.28 +/-(More)