Idiopathic macrocephaly in the infant: long-term neurological and neuropsychological outcome

@article{Muenchberger2006IdiopathicMI,
  title={Idiopathic macrocephaly in the infant: long-term neurological and neuropsychological outcome},
  author={Heidi Muenchberger and Nazih Nabil Assaad and Pamela Joy and Ruth K. Brunsdon and Edwin Arthur Shores},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={1242-1248}
}
The long-term outcome of idiopathic macrocephaly is presently unknown. In the current study (n=15), MRI conducted at long-term review showed regression of orbito-frontal extradural collections and normal or slightly enlarged ventricular space compared to infant examination. Head circumference had normalised in all but one participant. Neuropsychological assessments of nine participants showed general intellectual ability within the normal range in the majority of participants; however, specific… CONTINUE READING

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