Sporadic fetal brain disruption sequence
Sporadic fetal brain disruption sequence is a rare non-syndromic central nervous system malformation disorder characterized by severe microcephaly (average occipitofrontal circumference -5.8 SD) overlapping sutures keel-like occipital bone prominence scalp rugae with normal hair pattern and signs of neurological impairment. Brain imaging may show ventriculomegaly cortical tissue deficit and hydranencephaly.
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