status marmoratus

sta·tus mar·mo·ra·'tus

a congenital condition due to maldevelopment of the corpus striatum associated with choreoathetosis, in which the striate nuclei have a marblelike appearance caused by altered myelination.

status marmoratus

the presence in full-term infants of basal nucleus lesions resulting from acute total asphyxia. The lesions have a marbled appearance caused by neuronal loss and an overgrowth of myelin in the putamen, caudate, and thalamus.
A pathological lesion associated with the athetoid form of cerebral palsy
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Algunos trastornos incluidos en esta etapa son la necrosis neural, leucomalacia periventricular, poroencefalia, encefalomalacia multiquistica y el status marmoratus.