Author(s): Cornford E, Twining P
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Abstract The Dandy-Walker syndrome can be accurately diagnosed in utero by sonographic demonstration of characteristic morphologic changes in the fetal posterior fossa. Three cases of Dandy-Walker syndrome are described. The associated intracranial and extracranial anomalies are reviewed, and the value of antenatal diagnosis is discussed.
This article was published in Clin Radiol
and referenced in Pediatric Dental Care