Pseudo-TORCH syndrome or Baraitser–Reardon syndrome: diagnostic criteria

  title={Pseudo-TORCH syndrome or Baraitser–Reardon syndrome: diagnostic criteria},
  author={R. Vivarelli and S. Grosso and M. Cioni and P. Galluzzi and P. Balestri},
  journal={Brain and Development},
  • R. Vivarelli, S. Grosso, +2 authors P. Balestri
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • Brain and Development
  • Intracranial calcification and microcephaly, which represent the main clinical features of the TORCH-syndrome, can also be determined by a rare autosomal recessive infection-like condition named pseudo-TORCH syndrome. This emerging entity has been registered in eight families so far. We report on five patients from three unrelated Italian families affected by pseudo-TORCH syndrome. Reevaluation of literature allowed us to draw a specific clinical profile of the syndrome. Indeed, congenital… CONTINUE READING
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