Bilateral megalencephaly

Dr Tim Luijkx and A.Prof Frank Gaillard et al.

Bilateral megalencephaly refers to megalencephaly affecting both cerebral hemispheres.

The diagnosis may be suggested when the HC:AC ratio is above the 99th percentile without evidence of IUGR (i.e low AC), fetal hydrocephalus or an intracranial mass.

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Tag: cases, refs
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