Neurology

Microcephaly Macrocephaly

Primary prerequisite for the diagnosis of microcephaly/macrocephaly is the proper horizontal head circumference (HC) measurement (frontal-occipital circumference): supine position glabella – opisthocranion as anchor points normocephaly (32-38 …

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Seizures

There is a number of different types of seizure activity in newborns. Seizure types subtle seizures (grimace, blinking, yawning, salivation, cycling, apnea) myoclonus clonic seizures (unifocal, multifocal) …

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Congenital CNS malformations

Anencephalus rare due to prenatal ultrasound screening the absence of a major portion of the brain (telencephalon – hemispheres and neocortex), skull and scalp rostral neural …

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Intraventricular Hemorrhage

The hemorrhage in the preterm infants usually originates in the germinal matrix (temporary developmental structure with significant vascular supply due to massive mitotic and metabolic activity). The …

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Periventricular Leukomalacia

The central nervous system of extremely preterm infants is highly susceptible to perinatal injuries due to the presence of immature vasculature in the germinal matrix and …

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