Hydranencephaly Autopsy

Figure 3.17. Transillumination of the head of the same infant with hydranencephaly. Note the "jack-o-lantern" appearance of the eyes indicating the lack of neural tissue behind the globe.

Figure 3.18. Autopsy view of the skull of the same infant with hydranencephaly. Note the empty cranial vault with lack of development of the cerebrum.



Infant With Porencephalic Cysts

Figure 3.19. Lateral view of the head of an infant with macrocephaly due to a large porencephalic cyst.

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