Figure 3.48. Lateral view of the same infant with a frontal encephalocele.
Figure 3.49. A posterior encephalocele in an infant may be difficult to distinguish from a cervical meningocele. It is both a posterior encephalocele and cervical myelomeningocele when there is involvement of both the bony skull and spine. Cervical myelomeningoceles are usually not associated with other neurologic abnormalities.
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