– hypoplasia fo corpus collusum and syringomyelia
In Reply To
normal vaginal delivery
nothing significant in ante natal and post natal period
had physiological jaundice in first week ,
at 5th month he had suffered from staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome .recovered well .
attained neck control @ 7th month but bobbing of the neck present but the tone is hypotonic
the tone is hypotonic
for evaluation for hypotonic mri was done
with following impression
severely thinned out corpus callosum and is small in size .
MILD PROMINENCE OF POSTERIOR HORN AND TEMPORAL HORNS OF LATERAL VENTRICLES.
MILD GIVE AWAY APPEARENCE OF LATERAL VENTRICLES .
SUGESTIVE OF HYPOPLASTIC CARPOUS CALLOSUM.
PROMINENT CISTERNA MAGNA .
SLIGHTLY PRONINENT CORTICAL SULCI WITH PROMINENT SUBDURAL CSF SPACE ALONG BOTH FRONTAL LOBES .
SYRINGOMYELIA IN THE CERVICAL AND DORSAL SPINAL CORD SPARING A SMALL PORTION OF UPPER DORSAL CORD ..
PLEASE SUGGEST REGARDING THE TREATMENT AND THE PROGNOSIS.
sir this is mri of 9 month old male baby