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62 Possible Causes for Occipital Meningocele

  • Cranial Meningocele

    Giant occipital meningocele as a presenting feature of Dandy-Walker syndrome .[] Nishimaki S, Yoda H, Seki K, Kawakami T, Akamatsu H, Iwasaki Y (1990) A case of Dandy-Walker malformation associated with occipital meningocele, microphthalmia, and cleft[] meningocele Click here to view Figure 3: Saggital, computed tomography scan head (a) a small occipital bony defect (arrow) with a giant occipital meningocele.[]

  • Dandy-Walker Syndrome

    In all patients, communication existed between the posterior fossa cyst and the occipital meningocele.[] Abstract A boy was born with Dandy-Walker syndrome associated with a giant occipital meningocele, cleft lip, and cleft palate.[] Abstract A neonate presented with Dandy-Walker syndrome associated with occipital meningocele and spinal lipoma, manifesting as soft masses on the skull and lumbosacral regions[]

  • Meningocele

    The child had a large head and a giant occipital cervical meningocele measuring 10 cm 10 cm, extending from occipital protuberance to mid scapula, causing fixed flexion of[] Anesthetic management of a newborn with occipital meningocele for magnetic resonance imaging.[] […] congenital cranial meningocele cystic hygroma vs. occipital meningocele spinal meningocele acquired spinal meningocele lateral thoracic meningocele congenital spinal meningocele[]

  • Frontonasal Dysplasia

    Abstract We report on a stillborn boy with frontonasal malformation (Sedano-Jiràsek type D-DeMyer type I), associated with encephalocoele, occipital meningocele and preaxial[] Abstract We report on a stillborn boy with frontonasal malformation (Sedano‐J̌iràsek type D—DeMyer type I), associated with encephalocoele, occipital meningocele and preaxial[] This form of frontonasal dysplasia was documented previously in a few other cases with various combinations of postaxial polydactyly, tibial hypoplasia, epibulbar dermoid, occipital[]

  • Occipital Encephalocele

    meningocele.[] Microcephaly is seen in 20% of cases of cephaloceles, spina bifida is seen in 7-15% of cases and hydrocephalus occurs in 80% of occipital meningoceles, 65% of occipital encephaloceles[] Abstract 147 cases of occipital cranium bifidum have been followed: 32 had meningoceles and 115 encephaloceles.[]

  • Pentalogy of Cantrell

    Abstract A premature infant presented with ectopia cordis, occipital meningocele, and manifestations of trisomy 18; cytogenetic analysis confirmed a 47,XX, 18 chromosome constitution[] Intestinal mucosa on top of a rudimentary occipital meningocele in amniotic rupture sequence: disorganization-like syndrome, homeotic transformation, abnormal surface encounter[] Bick D, Markowitz RI, Horwich A (1988) Trisomy 18 associated with ectopia cordis and occipital meningocele. Am J Med Genet 30:805?810 [pmid: 3189399] 8..[]

  • Joubert Syndrome Type 3

    She was found to have occipital meningocele and underwent meningeocelectomy at two months of age.[] meningocele (less common) occipital myelomeningocele (less common) Dandy-Walker malformation ( 1887836 ) corpus callosum hypoplasia ( 1887836 ) occipital meningo- encephalocele[] Some of them may have seizure disorder, autism and concomitant other CNS developmental anomalies like occipital encephalocele or meningocele, which our patient had.[]

  • Knobloch Syndrome Type 1

    Radiologic imaging demonstrated occipital encephalocele or meningocele in 3 patients, occipital skull defects in 4 patients, minor occipital changes in 2 patients, and no[] Four patients had occipital skull defects and 3 had occipital encephalocele or meningocele.[] Occipital encephalocele or meningocele is reported 39 to be common in Knobloch syndrome but was identified in only 3 patients in the present series.[]

  • Basal Encephalocele

    During differential diagnosis, the most important lesions to differentiate from occipital meningocele are cystic hygroma, teratoma, and hemangioma.[] Atretic meningocele is usually located in the midline of the parietal or occipital region.[] A baby with a large occipital encephalocele.[]

  • Ptosis - Vocal Cord Paralysis Syndrome

    meningocele (3) epilepsy (4) ocular fibrosis (5) soft tissue tumors of the tongue (6) congenital heart defects (7) pectus excavatum (8) vocal cord paralysis (9) esophageal[] […] episodic hyperpnea and/or apnea, more pronounced in neonatal period and during infancy (2) progressive, microcystic renal disease Rare findings: (1) macro or microcephaly (2) occipital[]

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