Enlarged parietal foramina
Synonyms: Catlin marks | Fenestrae parietales symmetricae | Foramina parietalia permagna | Hereditary cranium bifidum | Symmetric parietal foramina
Enlarged parietal foramina (EPF) is a developmental defect characterized by variable intramembranous ossification defects of the parietal bones which is either asymptomatic symptomatic (headaches nausea vomiting intellectual disability) or associated with other pathologies.
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