M. C. d'Orey

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Two different forms of dyssegmental dysplasia, mild and severe, can be distinguished on clinical, radiographic and chondro-osseous morphologic grounds. The milder Rolland-Desbuquois type is frequently characterised by survival beyond the newborn period. The lethal Silverman-Handmaker type has distinctive and more severe findings. In this paper, a rare case(More)
In newborn infant, cerebral infarction is often difficult to distinguish from cerebral hemorrhage, both pathologies being moreover frequently associated. We report a left anterior stroke in a fullterm newborn who had seizures on the third day of life. Ultrasound scanning showed a hyperechogenic zone in the territory of the left anterior cerebral artery.(More)
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