Clinically typical Sotos Syndrome with macrocephaly, mental retardation and advanced bone age; dysmorphic facies were also present.
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There is mild periventricular white matter paucity with dilated trigone and lateral ventricles.
Note that the splenium of corpus callosum is hypoplastic (compared to an age matched control)
No migrational abnormalities
Multiple findings of Sotos Syndrome that enable neuroimaging to aid in the diagnosis.
Findings are grouped as:
- ventricular abnormalities
- extra cerebral fluid spaces
- midline abnormalities
- migrational abnormalities