Annotation of normal cerebral development at 28 weeks

First image: the ...
First image: the precentral and postcentral sulci (dotted arrows) are now present on either side of the central sulcus (solid arrow). Middle image: further development of the cingulate fissure (straight arrows) and collateral sulcus (curved arrow). Last image: cingulate fissure (dotted line) is in this case well seen on the sagittal series, with continuation into the marginal sulcus (curved arrow). The parieto-occipital (straight arrow) and calcarine (dotted arrow) sulci are also well depicted on this slice.

- “ This case demonstrates isolated, mild unilateral ventriculomegaly. Normal sulcation for this stage of gestation is demonstrated. Compare with no...”

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