According to Merriam Webster, acrania
was described as "congenital partial or total absence of the skull" 6 a condition that one every 20,000 babies developed in a fetal stage.
La exencefalia y la acrania
no son anomalias independientes, se considera que la ausencia de la boveda craneal deja expuesto el encefalo.
A case of Adams-Oliver syndrome associated with acrania
, microcephaly, hemiplegia, epilepsy, and mental retardation.
A subsequent ultrasonographic evaluation suggested a diagnosis of acrania
at approximately 20 weeks of EGA.
As early as 1996, Nicholaides et al determined that anencephaly could be detected by ultrasound and that acrania
rather than absence of the cranial vault and cerebral hemispheres which is the classical finding of the second trimester should be looked for.
Major anomalies included ventriculomegaly 95(52.2%) neural tube defect 31(17.03%) cisterna magna 17(9.34%) and acrania
(19.) Chen CP Tzen CY, Chang TY, Yeh LF, Wang W Prenatal diagnosis of acrania
associated with facial defects, amniotic bands and limb-body wall complex.
The 10 women who decided to continue their pregnancy (that is, who declined LTOP) had the following fetal abnormalities: spinal abnormalities (n=3), severe microcephaly (n=1), achondrogenesis (n=1), acrania
(n=1), hydrops/cardiac abnormality/hydrocephalus (n=1) and hydrocephalus alone (n=3).
pequena abertura craneal con los tejidos que le rodean intactos) y acrania
. en la cual existe un mayor defecto de la boveda craneana y algunas veces del cuero cabelludo.
Exencephaly (differential diagnosis includes acrania
, acalvaria, anencephaly, large encephalocele or amniotic band syndrome.) (1,3)
The size range of suspended particles trapped and ingested by the filter-feeding lancelet Branchiostoma floridae (Cephalochordata: Acrania
Fine structural study of the cortical reaction and formation of the egg coats in a lancelet (=amphioxus), Branchiostoma floridae (phylum Chordata: subphylum Cephalochordata = Acrania