Thalamo-occipital distance

Last revised by Jeremy Jones on 9 Jan 2022

The thalamo-occipital distance is a marker of ventricular size in infants. It is defined as the distance between the most posterior surface of the thalamus at its junction with the choroid plexus and the outermost point of the occipital horn in the parasagittal plane 1.

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