MRI of a family with focal abnormalities of gyration

@article{Muntaner1997MRIOA,
  title={MRI of a family with focal abnormalities of gyration},
  author={L. Muntaner and J. J. P{\'e}rez-Ferr{\'o}n and Miguel E. Herrera and Jordi Rosell and Dolores Taboada and Salvador Climent},
  journal={Neuroradiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={39},
  pages={605-608}
}
Focal abnormalities of gyration (FAG) are developmental disorders that may occur in isolated patients or, as in the case being reported, as part of a familial disorder. Analysis of individuals in a family spanning three generations was carried out using MRI. Abnormalities, present in all members of generations II and III, included focal cortical dysplasia (three patients), focal cortical infolding (two patients) and schizencephaly (one patient); associated minor anomalies, such as white matter… CONTINUE READING
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