polygyria

polymicrogyria

 [pol″e-mi″kro-ji´re-ah]
a brain malformation marked by development of numerous microgyri.

pol·y·gy·ri·a

(pol'ē-jī'rē-ă),
Condition in which the brain has an excessive number of convolutions.
[poly- + G. gyros, circle, gyre]

polygyria

/poly·gy·ria/ (pol″e-ji´re-ah) polymicrogyria.

pol·y·gy·ri·a

(pol'ē-jī'rē-ă)
Condition in which the brain has an excessive number of convolutions.
[poly- + G. gyros, circle, gyre]

polygyria

a condition in which there is more than the normal number of convolutions in the brain.
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Additionally, neurological abnormalities such as cerebral polygyria and neural tube defects have been described.
Multiple structural abnormalities of the spinal cord and brain have been described in patients with MVSD including cerebral polygyria, (7) diastematomyelia, (8) Arnold-Chiari malformation with thoracolumbar meningomyelocele, (9) thoracolumbar rachischisis5 and hydrocephalus due to aqueductal stenosis, spina bifida cystica in the thoracolumbar region, and diastematomyelia.