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Schizencephaly

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      Abstract

      Schizencephaly means clefts in the brain and refers to that condition of dysmorphogenesis in which there are bilateral, usually symmetrical, clefts in the region of the central sulcus. This condition is readily demonstrated by computed tomography and is associated with severe mental retardation. We add three case studies to those previously recorded in the literature.

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