Giant occipital meningocele as a presenting feature of Dandy-Walker syndrome.

@article{Muzumdar2004GiantOM,
  title={Giant occipital meningocele as a presenting feature of Dandy-Walker syndrome.},
  author={Dattatraya Prakash Muzumdar and Atul Goel},
  journal={Indian pediatrics},
  year={2004},
  volume={41 8},
  pages={
          863-4
        }
}
agents of acute diarrhea in the first 3 years of life: Hospital-based study. Bacterial, viral and parasitic enteric pathogens associated with acute diarrhea in hospitalized children from northern Jordan. A 10-month-old female infant, born of nonconsanguineous parents, full-term normal delivery presented with a large swelling over the occipital region since birth. The child could not hold the head. She was playful and recognized parents but could not sit or stand on her own. There were no other… CONTINUE READING

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