The histopathology of polymicrogyria: a series of 71 brain autopsy studies.

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AIM Polymicrogyria (PMG) is one of the most common forms of cortical malformation yet the mechanism of its development remains unknown. This study describes the histopathological aspects of PMG in a large series including a significant proportion of fetal cases. METHOD We have reviewed the neuropathology and medical records of 44 fetuses and 27 children… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/dmcn.12840

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@article{Jansen2016TheHO, title={The histopathology of polymicrogyria: a series of 71 brain autopsy studies.}, author={Anna C. Jansen and Yves O Robitaille and Mrinalini Honavar and Nandini Mullatti and Richard Jacob Leventer and Eva Andermann and Frederick Andermann and Waney Squier}, journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology}, year={2016}, volume={58 1}, pages={39-48} }