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Unilateral Coronal Synostosis Helical CT with 3-D reconstructions.

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

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Diagnosis: Unilateral Coronal Synostosis Helical CT with 3-D reconstructions.

History: 5 y/o former 24 wk prematue infant with 5 mo NICU with multiple medical problems including history of IVH, CP, MR, congenital cardiac defects including PDA and ASD, and 47 XXY. Patient's twin was stillborn. Patient presents with recent history of siezures and a progressively oddly shaped head.

Findings: See Captions. Saggital suture is displaced laterally and obliquely angled. The labdoid suture is displaced left posteriorly. The right coronal suture is fused. There is a white matter cleft in the right frontal lobe c/w schizencephaly.

Ddx: Cranial Synostosis - isolated Cranial Synostosis - syndromic Moulding.

Exam: Irregularly shaped head with prominant l frontal calvarium.

No MeSH data available.


Axial CT brain window showing cleft of right frontal lobe and assymetry of the hemispheres.
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Unilateral Coronal Synostosis Helical CT with 3-D reconstructions.

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Axial CT brain window showing cleft of right frontal lobe and assymetry of the hemispheres.
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MPX1357_synpic17882: Axial CT brain window showing cleft of right frontal lobe and assymetry of the hemispheres.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Unilateral Coronal Synostosis Helical CT with 3-D reconstructions.

History: 5 y/o former 24 wk prematue infant with 5 mo NICU with multiple medical problems including history of IVH, CP, MR, congenital cardiac defects including PDA and ASD, and 47 XXY. Patient's twin was stillborn. Patient presents with recent history of siezures and a progressively oddly shaped head.

Findings: See Captions. Saggital suture is displaced laterally and obliquely angled. The labdoid suture is displaced left posteriorly. The right coronal suture is fused. There is a white matter cleft in the right frontal lobe c/w schizencephaly.

Ddx: Cranial Synostosis - isolated Cranial Synostosis - syndromic Moulding.

Exam: Irregularly shaped head with prominant l frontal calvarium.

No MeSH data available.