megaloencephaly

meg·a·lo·en·ceph·a·ly

(meg'ă-lō-en-sef'ă-lē),
Abnormal largeness of the brain.
[megalo- + G. enkephalon, brain]

macroencephaly

A brain weighing > 1800 g, due to expansion of any subdural component (e.g., cerebral tissue, liquid, blood, tumour) or storage disease.

meg·a·lo·en·ceph·a·ly

(meg'ă-lō-en-sef'ă-lē)
Abnormal largeness of the brain.
[megalo- + G. enkephalos, brain]
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Megaloencephaly in the neonatal period as the initial manifestation of glutaricaciduria type I.