By Fabio Triulzi, Cristina Baldoli, Cecilia Parazzini, Andrea Righini
The novel goal of this booklet is to demonstrate the MR imaging gains of the fetal and the neonatal mind via matching prenatal and postnatal photos for a variety of neurological abnormalities. the point of interest is on either traditional and complicated MR imaging innovations, together with high-resolution MR post-mortem of the fetal mind.
During the earlier ten years, neuroradiological review of the neonatal and the prenatal mind has complicated enormously. even though, even supposing they're intrinsically comparable, those severe levels in mind improvement are typically studied and awarded individually. that allows you to have a legitimate realizing of neonatal mind illnesses, designated wisdom of prenatal mind pathology is immensely worthwhile; conversely, wisdom of neonatal mind ailment is a prerequisite for figuring out many fetal mind lesions. Written by means of specialists within the box, Perinatal Neuroradiology could be of worth for neuroradiologists and pediatric radiologists, in addition to obstetricians and neonatologists.
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3 From the Fetus to the Newborn: In Vivo Anatomy 49 Fig. 24 Fetal MR, normal brain at 24 GW, axial sections. The progression of the opercularization is evident. The difference between intermediate zone and subplate is no more clearly visible on T2-weighted images 50 1 Normal Development Fig. 2 GW, axial sections. 3 From the Fetus to the Newborn: In Vivo Anatomy 51 Fig. 2 GW, coronal sections.
3 From the Fetus to the Newborn: In Vivo Anatomy 25 Fig. 2 GW, coronal sections with FOV of 20 × 12 cm. As for Fig. 9 on coronal section, the ongoing process of opercularization is better visible. 2 GW, coronal sections with correspondent fetal MR in vivo coronal sections. 9, a little increase of opercularization is visible; all the other features are quite similar. On (a), olfactory bulbs are clearly visible. 1 Normal Development b Some minor irregular indentations of cortical plate at the level of frontal lobes due to postmortem artifacts are visible also in this case (a, b).
The three major layers, cor- 1 Normal Development b tical plate, subplate, and intermediate zone, are easily visible (a–h); marginal zone or layer I is also visible as well as the hypointense layer in the external part of the subplate, probably compatible with thalamocortical axons. Pituitary stalk together with a marked hypointense pituitary is visible in (a). 3 From the Fetus to the Newborn: In Vivo Anatomy c Fig. 10 (continued) 17 d 18 e Fig. 3 From the Fetus to the Newborn: In Vivo Anatomy g Fig.