Classification system for midline abnormalities of the brain and skull

Last revised by Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard on 02 Aug 2016

Classification systems for midline abnormalities of the brain and skull are varied and constantly changing as the underlying embryology and genetics are uncovered. A relatively simple and robust classification system is based on the location of abnormalities, always remembering that midline abnormalities often 'travel in packs'.

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