Research Article| Volume 11, ISSUE 3, P312-314, July 1987

Computed tomography evaluation of subependymal cortical heterotopia: A case report

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      Cortical heterotopia is a rare disorder of migrational brain development. A case of subependymal cortical heterotopia is reported. Usual clinical features and specific computed tomography findings are discussed.


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