Cerebellocele and associated central nervous system anomalies in the Meckel syndrome.

Abstract

Three cases with the Meckel syndrome were autopsied and found to have: arhinencephaly , polymicrogyria , aqueductal stenosis, heterotopia of glial tissue, hypoplasia or agenesis of the cerebellar vermis, cranium bifidum associated with large occipital ventriculocele and others. The anomalies at the level of posterior fossa in this condition are classified… (More)

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@article{Aleksic1984CerebelloceleAA, title={Cerebellocele and associated central nervous system anomalies in the Meckel syndrome.}, author={Sandra Aleksic and Gleb N. Budzilovich and Michael Greco and R. L. Reuben and Ilana Feigin and J. Pearson and Frederick H. Epstein}, journal={Child's brain}, year={1984}, volume={11 2}, pages={99-111} }