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Pediatric brain and spine [electronic resource] : an atlas of MRI and spectroscopy /
L.M. Ketonen ... [et al.].
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Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2005.
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xiv, 494 p. : ill.
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3540213406 (alk. paper), 9783540213406 (alk. paper)
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Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2005.
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3540213406 (alk. paper)
9783540213406 (alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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From the reviews:"Pediatric brain and spine abnormalities textbook fills a gap. [This book] fills the hole in the available books on the market. The strength of this atlas is in the number of images provided per case. Overall, this book fills its role as an atlas and would be a useful bench book in any pediatric or MRI department. It is an ideal book for any practising neuroradiologist and a trainee who is sub-specialising in neuroradiology."RAD Magazine, January, 2006"This generously illustrated book will be of great value to busy clinicians and radiologists … quick reference guide to paediatric neuro-radiology. With nearly 500 pages of high quality radiological images accompanied by brief clinical histories … . There are excellent chapters on both the obvious and more subtle radiological features … . I enjoyed reviewing this book … . an excellent atlas and I would strongly recommend it to all paediatric neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and radiologists. It will also be very handy reference for adult neurosurgeons … ." (Ian K. Pople, Acta Neurochirurgica, Vol. 147, 2005)"Congratulations to the authors on producing a very readable book and one that should be of interest not only to radiology trainees, but also paediatric neuroradiologists. This book contains a wonderful selection of neuro-paediatric cases collected from many years of clinical practice. … The book covers a wide range of 'common' paediatric conditions and also includes a number of extremely rare ones. … It is notable that the images are of excellent quality … . Overall, I can warmly recommend this book to you." (Kirsten Forbes, Neuroradiology, March, 2006)"This new book … is a bold effort to publish an atlas rich with state-of-the-art MR and MRS images of a wide range of common pediatric neurologic diseases. … The strength of this text is the enormous number of excellent images. They are large, clear, and well-annotated with detailed legends. … I would recommend this book for any department that is involved with the neuroimaging of infants and children, because it represents a handy and comprehensive atlas of virtually all the diseases commonly encountered." (Daniel A. Dessner, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 35, 2005)
From the reviews: "Pediatric brain and spine abnormalities textbook fills a gap. [This book] fills the hole in the available books on the market. The strength of this atlas is in the number of images provided per case. Overall, this book fills its role as an atlas and would be a useful bench book in any pediatric or MRI department. It is an ideal book for any practising neuroradiologist and a trainee who is sub-specialising in neuroradiology." RAD Magazine, January, 2006 "This generously illustrated book will be of great value to busy clinicians and radiologists a? quick reference guide to paediatric neuro-radiology. With nearly 500 pages of high quality radiological images accompanied by brief clinical histories a? . There are excellent chapters on both the obvious and more subtle radiological features a? . I enjoyed reviewing this book a? . an excellent atlas and I would strongly recommend it to all paediatric neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and radiologists. It will also be very handy reference for adult neurosurgeons a? ." (Ian K. Pople, Acta Neurochirurgica, Vol. 147, 2005) "Congratulations to the authors on producing a very readable book and one that should be of interest not only to radiology trainees, but also paediatric neuroradiologists. This book contains a wonderful selection of neuro-paediatric cases collected from many years of clinical practice. a? The book covers a wide range of a'commona? paediatric conditions and also includes a number of extremely rare ones. a? It is notable that the images are of excellent quality a? . Overall, I can warmly recommend this book to you." (Kirsten Forbes, Neuroradiology, March, 2006) "This new book a? is a bold effort to publish an atlas rich with state-of-the-art MR and MRS images of a wide range of common pediatric neurologic diseases. a? The strength of this text is the enormous number of excellent images. They are large, clear, and well-annotated with detailed legends. a? I would recommend this book for any department that is involved with the neuroimaging of infants and children, because it represents a handy and comprehensive atlas of virtually all the diseases commonly encountered." (Daniel A. Dessner, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 35, 2005)
From the reviews: "Pediatric brain and spine abnormalities textbook fills a gap. [This book] fills the hole in the available books on the market. The strength of this atlas is in the number of images provided per case. Overall, this book fills its role as an atlas and would be a useful bench book in any pediatric or MRI department. It is an ideal book for any practising neuroradiologist and a trainee who is sub-specialising in neuroradiology." RAD Magazine, January, 2006 "This generously illustrated book will be of great value to busy clinicians and radiologists ... quick reference guide to paediatric neuro-radiology. With nearly 500 pages of high quality radiological images accompanied by brief clinical histories ... . There are excellent chapters on both the obvious and more subtle radiological features ... . I enjoyed reviewing this book ... . an excellent atlas and I would strongly recommend it to all paediatric neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and radiologists. It will also be very handy reference for adult neurosurgeons ... ." (Ian K. Pople, Acta Neurochirurgica, Vol. 147, 2005) "Congratulations to the authors on producing a very readable book and one that should be of interest not only to radiology trainees, but also paediatric neuroradiologists. This book contains a wonderful selection of neuro-paediatric cases collected from many years of clinical practice. ... The book covers a wide range of 'common' paediatric conditions and also includes a number of extremely rare ones. ... It is notable that the images are of excellent quality ... . Overall, I can warmly recommend this book to you." (Kirsten Forbes, Neuroradiology, March, 2006) "This new book ... is a bold effort to publish an atlas rich with state-of-the-art MR and MRS images of a wide range of common pediatric neurologic diseases. ... The strength of this text is the enormous number of excellent images. They are large, clear, and well-annotated with detailed legends. ... I would recommend this book for any department that is involved with the neuroimaging of infants and children, because it represents a handy and comprehensive atlas of virtually all the diseases commonly encountered." (Daniel A. Dessner, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 35, 2005)
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Summaries
Long Description
This practical MR imaging atlas covers all aspects of pediatric brain and spine imaging including contemporary techniques such as diffusion imaging, fetal imaging and MR spectroscopy. The book consists of 12 chapters, starting with the developing pediatric brain and continuing with metabolic, congenital, genetic, traumatic, inflammatory and neoplastic processes of the brain and spine. Each entity is comprehensively illustrated with multiple top-quality images and accompanied by clinical history, a short discussion and the most pertinent references. There are extensive illustrations of MR imaging of child abuse. The authors are currently all at the University of Rochester, New York, but have long experience of pediatric neuroradiology from an international perspective, which guarantees a broad view of the subject. The book is valuable for radiologists, pediatricians, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroscientists and pediatric neurologists, as well as for physicians in training in these areas. This richly illustrated atlas is a quick clinical reference for all involved in pediatric neuroimaging.
Main Description
This practical MR imaging atlas covers all aspects of pediatric brain and spine imaging including contemporary techniques such as diffusion imaging, fetal imaging and MR spectroscopy. The book consists of 12 chapters, starting with the developing pediatri
Table of Contents
Normal Brain Myelination and Normal Variantsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Chronological Imaging Atlas of Normal Myelinationp. 2
Cavum Septi Pellucidi, Cavum Vergae and Cavum Velum Interpositump. 11
Cavum Septi Pellucidi and Vergaep. 11
Cavum Velum Interpositump. 12
Ventriculus Terminalisp. 14
Congenital Brain Malformationsp. 17
Introductionp. 17
Corpus Callosum Agenesis/Dysgenesisp. 19
Completely Absent Corpus Callosump. 19
Near Complete Agenesis of Corpus callosump. 20
Pericallosal Lipomap. 22
Curvilinear Lipomap. 22
Nodular Midline ("Callosal") Lipomap. 23
Hydranencephalyp. 25
Hydranencephaly with Increasing Head Sizep. 25
Hydranencephaly with Increasing Head Sizep. 26
Hydranencephaly with Microcephalyp. 27
Cephalocele and Meningocelep. 28
Occipital Encephalocelep. 28
Parietal Cephalocelep. 29
Parietal Cephalocelep. 30
Skull Base Encephalocelep. 31
Parietal Meningocelep. 32
Spinal Lipomeningocelep. 33
Micrencephaly with Lissencephalyp. 34
Generalized Cortical Dysplasiap. 35
Schizencephalyp. 37
Open Lip Schizencephaly (Type II)p. 37
Unilateral Closed Lip Schizencephaly (Type I)p. 38
Lissencephalyp. 39
Gray Matter Heterotopiap. 40
Subependymal Nodular Heterotopiap. 40
Focal Subcortical Heterotopia with Agenesis of Corpus Callosump. 41
Focal Subcortical Heterotopiap. 43
Band Heterotopia ("Double Cortex")p. 44
Holoprosencephalyp. 45
Septo-Optic Dysplasia in a Teenagerp. 45
Septo-Optic Dysplasiap. 46
Alobar Holoprosencephalyp. 47
Semilobar Holoprosencephalyp. 48
Semilobar Holoprosencephaly with Pierre-Robin Syndromep. 49
Chiari Malformationsp. 51
Chiari I Malformation with Low but Rounded Tonsilsp. 51
Unilateral Chiari I Malformation with Pointed Tonsilsp. 52
Chiari II (Arnold-Chiari) Malformationp. 53
Chiari II and Meningomyelocele in a Newbornp. 54
Chiari III and Occipital Encephalocelep. 55
Chiari III and Spina Bifidap. 56
Dandy-Walker Syndromesp. 58
Dandy-Walker Variant with Enlargement of Fourth Ventriclep. 58
Dandy-Walker Variant with No Separate Fourth Ventriclep. 59
Dandy-Walker Variant with Elevation of Torculap. 60
Joubert's Syndromep. 61
Rhombencephalosynapsisp. 63
Cloverleaf Skull Syndrome (Kleeblattschadel Anomaly)p. 64
Hemimegalencephalyp. 66
Inherited Neurological Diseases and Disorders of Myelinp. 69
Introductionp. 69
Hereditary Myelin Disordersp. 70
Krabbe's Disease (Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy)p. 70
Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS)p. 73
Zellweger Syndromep. 78
Adrenoleukodystrophyp. 79
Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (NCL)p. 80
Mitochondrial Disordersp. 83
Cerebellar Degeneration Associated with Coenzyme Q10 Deficiencyp. 90
Hallervorden-Spatz Diseasep. 91
Defects in Genes Encoding the Myelin Proteinsp. 93
Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Diseasep. 93
p10 p9 Translocationp. 95
18q Syndromep. 97
Disorders in Amino Acid and Organic Acid Metabolismp. 98
Phenylketonuria (PKU)p. 98
Propionic Acidemiap. 100
Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD)p. 101
Galactosemiap. 102
Late-Onset Type of Ornithine Transcarbamylase (OTCD) Deficiency with a Recent Occipital Infarctp. 104
Miscellaneousp. 106
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)p. 106
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM)p. 110
Perisylvian Syndromep. 112
Merosin-Deficient Congenital Muscular Dystrophy (CMD)p. 114
Vanishing White Matter (VWM) Diseasep. 115
Megalencephalic Leukoencephalopathy with Subcortical Cysts (MLC) and Normal Developmentp. 117
Delayed Myelinationp. 119
Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndrome (APS)p. 121
Osmotic Myelinolysis (Extrapontine Myelinolysis)p. 123
Infectionp. 125
Introductionp. 125
Meningitis and Complications of Meningitisp. 127
Acute Pyogenic Meningitisp. 127
Subacute Pyogenic Meningitis with Hydrocephalusp. 128
Suppurative Meningitis with Subdural Effusions and Cortical Ischemiap. 128
Suppurative Meningitis and Brain Infarctp. 130
Meningitis with Multiple Infarctsp. 131
Candida Meningitisp. 132
Brain Abscessp. 133
Empyemap. 135
Subdural Empyema with Cortical and Meningeal Involvementp. 135
Subdural Empyemap. 136
Epidural Empyemap. 137
Septic Embolip. 138
Nocardiosisp. 139
Citrobacter Infectionsp. 141
Citrobacter Meningitis and Cerebritisp. 141
Chronic Citrobacter Cerebritisp. 142
Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitisp. 143
Neonatal Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis Type 2p. 143
Neonatal Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis Type 2p. 144
Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis Type 1p. 147
Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infectionp. 149
Cytomegalovirus Encephalitisp. 151
Viral Encephalitis (Influenza Encephalopathy)p. 152
Congenital Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infectionp. 153
Cysticercosisp. 157
Intraventricular Cysticercosisp. 157
Subarachnoid Cysticercosisp. 157
Parenchymal Cysticercosisp. 158
Calcified Cysticercosisp. 159
Tuberculosisp. 160
Tubercular Meningitisp. 160
Intracranial Tuberculomap. 160
Tuberculous Abscessesp. 161
Limbic Encephalitis (Paraneoplastic Limbic Encephalitis)p. 162
Acute Cerebellitisp. 164
Rasmussen's Encephalitisp. 165
Posterior Fossa Tumorsp. 167
Introductionp. 167
Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (DW imaging)p. 167
MR Spectroscopyp. 167
Medulloblastomap. 169
Solid Medulloblastomap. 169
Hemorrhagic/Necrotic Medulloblastomap. 170
Medulloblastoma with CSF Seedingp. 172
Cerebellar Pilocytic Astrocytomap. 173
Mostly Solid Cerebellar Pilocytic Astrocytomap. 173
Cystic Cerebellar Pilocytic Astrocytoma with Mural Nodulep. 175
Ependymomap. 176
Brain Stem Gliomap. 178
Epidermoid Tumorp. 180
Arachnoid Cystp. 181
Von Hippel-Lindau Disease (VHL)p. 182
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (Precursor B)p. 184
Chordomap. 185
Supratentorial Brain Tumorsp. 187
Introductionp. 187
DW Imagingp. 188
MR Spectroscopyp. 188
Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM)p. 189
Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA)p. 191
Mixed Pleomorphic Xanthoastrocytoma (PXA) and Gangliogliomap. 192
Oligodendrogliomap. 194
Ependymomap. 197
Choroid plexus papillomasp. 199
Choroid Plexus Papilloma in the Trigonep. 199
Choroid Plexus Papilloma at the Foramen of Monrop. 201
Gliomatosis Cerebrip. 202
Gangliogliomap. 203
Central Neurocytomap. 206
Dysembryoplastic Neuroepithelial Tumor (DNET)p. 208
Germinoma of the Pineal Regionp. 208
Pineal Teratomap. 210
Pineoblastomap. 211
Pineal Embryonal Carcinomap. 212
Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor (PNET)p. 214
Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumorp. 215
Esthesioneuroblastomap. 217
Trigeminal Neurofibromap. 218
Eosinophilic Granulomap. 220
Craniopharyngiomap. 220
Pituitary Adenomap. 222
Pituitary Macroadenomap. 222
Pituitary Microadenoma (Prolactinoma)p. 224
Subependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma (SEGA)p. 225
Atypical Meningiomap. 226
Congenital Brain Tumorsp. 229
Congenital Teratomap. 229
Congenital Glioblastoma Multiformep. 230
Orbital Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA)p. 230
Optic Pathway Gliomap. 232
Hypothalamic Hamartoma (Hamartoma of Tuber Cinereum)p. 233
Brain Damagep. 235
Introductionp. 235
Nonaccidental Traumap. 236
Scalp Injury (Subgaleal Hemorrhage)p. 236
Skull Fracturep. 237
Subdural Hemorrhagep. 238
Subarachnoid Hemorrhagep. 239
Parenchymal Hemorrhage and Ischemiap. 240
Diffuse Axonal Injuryp. 241
Hypoxic Ischemic Injuryp. 242
Infarctp. 243
Atrophyp. 244
Venous Sinus Thrombosisp. 245
Thalamic Infarcts in a Shaken Infant Syndromep. 245
Epidural and Subdural Hematomap. 247
Epidural Hematoma (EDH)p. 247
Subdural Hematoma (SDH)p. 249
Contusionp. 251
Diffuse Axonal Injury (DAI)p. 252
DAI in Corpus Callosum and Parenchymap. 252
Hemorrhagic Contusion with DAIp. 254
Multiple Areas of DAI in Corpus Callosump. 255
DAI with Excitotoxic Mechanismp. 256
Periventricular Leukomalacia (PVL), Preterm Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)p. 258
Periventricular Leukomalacia with White Matter Aplasiap. 258
Periventricular Leukomalacia with Thin Corpus Callosump. 259
Unilateral PVLp. 260
Periventricular Leukomalacia with Dystrophic Parenchymal Calcificationp. 260
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)p. 263
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy with Infarctsp. 263
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy with Brain Edemap. 263
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Post-Surgeryp. 263
Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy with Seizuresp. 265
Hypoxic Encephalopathy in Near-Drowningp. 267
Multicystic Encephalomalaciap. 268
Status Epilepticus and Postictal Stagep. 270
Status Epilepticus with Partially Reversible Tissue Changesp. 270
Status Epilepticus with Permanent Tissue Damagep. 272
Cortical Laminar Necrosisp. 275
Cyclosporin-Induced Encephalopathyp. 277
Pontine and Extrapontine Myelinolysis in the Setting of Rapid Correction of Hyponatremiap. 278
Cephalhematomap. 280
CT Scan of Cephalhematomap. 280
MR Imaging of Cephalhematomap. 281
Cephalhematoma and Hypoxic-Ischemic Insultp. 283
Vascular Disordersp. 287
Introductionp. 287
Childhood Cerebrovascular Diseases with Infarctp. 288
Dissectionp. 288
Sickle Cell Hemoglobinopathy with Infarctp. 292
Herpesvirus Infections of the CNS and Vascular Thrombosisp. 296
CNS Vasculitis and Infarctp. 298
Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome (WAS), Vasculitis and Infarctp. 301
Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs)p. 302
Cavernous Malformationp. 306
Solitary Intrinsic Parenchymal Lesionp. 306
Solitary Exophytic Cavernous Malformationp. 307
Solitary Cavernous Malformation with Developmental Venous Anomalyp. 308
Multiple Cavernous Malformationsp. 309
Cavernous Malformation Simulating Neoplasm with Major Bleedp. 311
Developmental Venous Anomalyp. 312
Capillary Telangiectasiap. 314
Sinovenous Thrombosisp. 315
Transverse Sinus Thrombosis Extending Into Superior Sagittal, Sigmoid and Jugular Sinusp. 315
Evolution of Transverse Sinus Thrombosisp. 316
Sturge-Weber (SWS) Syndrome and Lack of Flow Through the Superior Sagittal Sinus Simulating Chronic Superior Sagittal Sinus Thrombosisp. 318
Iatrogenic Sinus Thrombosis in an Infant Treated with Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)p. 320
Intracranial Aneurysmp. 322
Berry Aneurysmp. 322
Fusiform Aneurysmp. 323
Berry Aneurysm with Significant Vasospasmp. 324
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS)p. 326
Intracerebral Hematomap. 327
Moyamoya Diseasep. 329
Bilateral Moyamoya Diseasep. 329
Bilateral Moyamoya Disease with a Major Infarctp. 330
Unilateral Moyamoya (Variant)p. 330
Sickle cell Disease Leading to Moyamoya Diseasep. 330
Vein of Galen Malformationp. 332
Head and Neckp. 335
Introductionp. 335
Multinodular Goiterp. 335
Thyroglossal Duct Cystp. 337
Tornwaldt Cystp. 339
Cystic Hygroma in Neck of Newbornp. 340
Neurofibromatosisp. 342
Plexiform Neurofibromatosis of the Neckp. 342
Neurofibromatosis of the Orbitp. 343
Kikuchi Diseasep. 344
Dermoidp. 346
Schwannoma of the Tonguep. 348
Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Nosep. 349
Rhabdomyosarcomap. 350
Acinic Cell Carcinoma of the Parotid Glandp. 352
Anophthalmosp. 354
Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndromep. 356
Retinopathy of Prematurityp. 357
Hemangiomap. 358
Hemangioma of the Parotid Glandp. 358
Hemangioma of the Face and Orbitp. 359
Langerhans Cell Histiocytosisp. 360
Osteosarcoma of the Craniump. 362
Fibrous Dysplasiap. 364
Bilateral Coronoid Hyperplasia of the Mandible Causing Trismusp. 365
Dental Radicular Cystp. 367
Mastoiditis with Sigmoid Sinus Thrombosisp. 368
Arteriovenous Fistula of Vertebral Arteryp. 369
Spinep. 371
Introductionp. 371
Chiari I Malformationp. 372
Tethered Cord with Lipomap. 373
Case 1p. 373
Case 2p. 374
Ventriculus Terminalis of the Conus Medullarisp. 375
Diastematomyeliap. 376
Separate Thecal Sacsp. 376
Single Thecal Sacp. 376
Dermal Sinus Tractp. 378
Spinal Lipomasp. 380
Intra- and Extramedullary Lipomasp. 380
Extramedullary Cervical Lipoma with Cord Compressionp. 381
Intradural, Extramedullary Lipoma at the Conusp. 382
Caudal Regression Syndromep. 383
Congenital Spinal Scoliosis, Kyphosis and Kyphoscoliosisp. 384
Lumbar Hemivertebrap. 384
Thoracic Hemivertebrap. 386
Kyphosisp. 387
Arthrogryposis (Larsen's Syndrome)p. 388
Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS)p. 388
Hurler/Scheie Syndrome (MPS Type I H/S)p. 388
Morquio's Syndrome (MPS Type IV-A)p. 390
Spinal Cord Astrocytomap. 391
Intraspinal Ependymomap. 394
Holocord Ependymomap. 394
Conus Ependymomap. 395
Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF-1)p. 396
Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF-2)p. 398
Neurofibromap. 400
Metastatic Disease from CNS Primary Tumorp. 402
Intradural, Extramedullary Metastases (Drop Metastases)p. 402
Intramedullary Metastasesp. 403
Neuroblastomap. 404
Ganglioneuromap. 406
Ependymoblastomap. 407
Meningiomap. 408
Meningeal Sarcomap. 410
Rhabdomyosarcomap. 411
Primary Rhabdomyosarcomap. 411
Metastatic Rhabdomyosarcomap. 412
Teratomap. 413
Sacrococcygeal Teratomap. 414
Osteochondromap. 415
Hemangiomap. 417
Spinal Traumap. 418
Ligament Injury and Subluxation with Acute Cord Edemap. 418
Myelomalaciap. 419
Brachial Plexus Traumap. 421
Nerve Root Avulsion from Accidentp. 421
Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injuryp. 422
Blunt Trauma to the Brachial Plexusp. 423
Epidural Hematomap. 425
Spine Fracturesp. 426
Lumbar Spine Burst Fracturep. 427
Lumbar Spine Compression Fracturep. 428
Spondylolisthesisp. 430
Spondylolisthesis With Spinal Canal Narrowingp. 430
Spondylolisthesis Without Spinal Canal Narrowingp. 430
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM)p. 432
ADEM of Thoracic Cordp. 432
ADEM of Cervical Cordp. 433
Epidural Abscessp. 434
Subacute Combined Degeneration of Spinal Cord (B12 Deficiency)p. 435
Fetal Imagingp. 437
Introductionp. 437
Normal MR Images of Fetusp. 438
Normal Fetusp. 438
Parasagittal Images of Normal Developmentp. 439
Anencephalyp. 440
Holoprosencephalyp. 441
Alobar Holoprosencephalyp. 441
Alobar Holoprosencephalyp. 442
Septo-Optic Dysplasiap. 443
Aplasia of the Corpus Callosump. 444
Dandy-Walker Malformationp. 445
Fetal Hydropsp. 446
Fetal Sacrococcygeal Teratomap. 448
Miscellaneousp. 449
Introductionp. 449
Neurofibromatosisp. 451
Neurofibromatosis 1 and Bilateral Optic Nerve and Chiasm Gliomap. 451
Neurofibromatosis 1 and Unilateral Optic Nerve Gliomap. 452
Neurofibromatosis 1 and "Hamartomas": Myelin Vacuolization in Supratentorial Areap. 452
Neurofibromatosis 1 and "Hamartomas": Myelin Vacuolization in Cerebellum and Ponsp. 453
Neurofibromatosis 1 and Plexiform Neurofibroma of the Skinp. 454
Sturge-Weber Syndromep. 456
Classic Sturge-Weber Syndromep. 456
Leptomeningeal Angioma and Prominent Choroid Plexusp. 457
Classic Sturge-Weber Syndrome with Hemiatrophy and Calvarial Changesp. 458
Tuberous Sclerosisp. 460
Tuberous Sclerosis and Subependymal Nodules and Cortical Tubersp. 460
Tuberous Sclerosis and Radial Bands and Cortical Tubersp. 461
Tuberous Sclerosis and Parenchymal Calcificationp. 462
Tuberous Sclerosis and Cortical Dysplasia-Mimicking Lesionp. 463
Tuberous Sclerosis and Giant Cell Astrocytoma, Subependymal and Subcortical Tubersp. 463
Tuberous Sclerosis and Low-Grade Gliomap. 465
Mesial Temporal Sclerosisp. 467
Bilateral Mesial Temporal Sclerosisp. 467
Hippocampus, Fornix and Mamillary Body Involvement in a Patient with Mesial Temporal Sclerosisp. 468
Unilateral Mesial Temporal Sclerosisp. 469
Pituitary-Hypothalamic Axis Anomaliesp. 470
Absent Pituitary Glandp. 470
Ectopic Posterior Pituitary Glandp. 471
Thickening of the Pituitary Stalkp. 472
Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES)p. 474
Arachnoid Cystp. 476
Arachnoid Cyst with Enlargement of the Calvariap. 476
Arachnoid Cyst with Midline Cystp. 477
Arachnoid Cyst with Calvarial Remodelingp. 478
Arachnoid Cyst in the Posterior Fossap. 478
Dermoid Cyst (Ectodermal Inclusion Cyst)p. 480
Neuroepithelial (Ependymal) Cystp. 481
Temporal Lobe Cysts and Fetal Alcohol Syndromep. 483
Lenticulostriate Vasculopathyp. 485
Craniosynostosisp. 487
Subject Indexp. 489
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