Cavum veli interpositi: prenatal diagnosis and postnatal outcome.


We describe the finding of cavum veli interpositi (CVI) on fetal ultrasound and MRI and the postnatal MRI and developmental follow-up in two cases. The first case was diagnosed on fetal ultrasound at 33 weeks' gestation and confirmed on fetal MRI. No abnormalities were detected on postnatal examinations and the brain MRI at 1 year of age showed no changes… (More)


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@article{Shah2005CavumVI, title={Cavum veli interpositi: prenatal diagnosis and postnatal outcome.}, author={Prakesh S. Shah and Susan I. Blaser and Ants Toi and Katherine W Fong and Phyllis Glanc and Riyana Babul-Hirji and James T. Rutka and David A. Chitayat}, journal={Prenatal diagnosis}, year={2005}, volume={25 7}, pages={539-42} }