Vincenzo Guarrera

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We describe a case of atretic cephalocele (AC) characterized by the presence of various cerebral anomalies of different midline structures. In our patient the presence of a parietal AC was associated with an embryonic position of the straight sinus, fenestration of the superior sagittal sinus, an abnormal insertion of the cerebellar tentorium with(More)
We describe a case of Septo-Optic Dysplasia (SOD) characterized by the presence of anomalous cerebral vessels. In our young patient the classical features of SOD were associated with vascular anomalies including absence of the vein of Galen, right Rosenthal vein leading to the superior petrosal sinus, and anomalous origin of the anterior choroidal arteries.(More)
We describe a case of Septo-Optic Dysplasia (SOD) characterized by the presence of anomalous cerebral vessels. In our young patient the classical features of SOD were associated with vascular anomalies including absence of the vein of Galen, right Rosenthal vein leading to the superior petrosal sinus, and anomalous origin of the anterior choroidal arteries.(More)
We describe a case of an occult spinal neurenteric cyst associated with congenital hemivertebrae. Different intraspinal anomalies, such as neurenteric cysts (representing 0.3 to 0.5 % of all spinal tumors) have been reported in association with congenital hemivertebrae. Indeed, although CT is the best examination to study vertebral anomalies, MRI should be(More)
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