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Magnetic Resonance Angiography in One Case of Hydraencephaly

Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1998;41(4):538-542.
Published online April 15, 1998.
Magnetic Resonance Angiography in One Case of Hydraencephaly
Eun Kyung Hwang1, Kang Ho Cho1, Gwang Hoon Lee1, Gil Hyun Kim1, Hak Soo Lee1, Ji Hye Kim2, Young Seok Lee3
1Department of Pediatrics, Chung-ang Gil Hospital, Incheon, Korea
2Department of Radiology, Chung-ang Gil Hospital, Incheon, Korea
3Department of Radiology, Dan Kuk University, College of Medicine, Cheonan, Korea
무뇌수두증 1례의 자기공명 혈관조영술 소견
황은경1, 조강호1, 이광훈1, 김길현1, 이학수1, 김지혜2, 이영석3
1중앙길병원 소아과
2중앙길병원 방사선과
3단국대학교 의과대학 방사선과학교실
Eun Kyung Hwang, Email: 1
In hydranencephaly, the cerebral hemispheres are absent or represented by membranous sacs with remnants of frontal, temporal or occipital cortex dispersed over the membrane. The brain stem is relatively intact. The cause of hydranencephaly is unknown, but bilateral occlusion of the internal carotid arteries during early fetal development can explain most of the pathologic abnormalities. We evaluated a case of hydranencephaly by magnetic resonance(MR) angiography. MR angiography shows both common, external carotid and vertebrobasilar arteries with no delineation of both internal carotid arteries from their origins. A brief review of the related literature was given on this subject.
Key Words: Hydranencephaly, Magnetic resonance angiography

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