hydrencephalocele

hydroencephalocele

 [hi″dro-en-sef′ah-lo-sēl″]
hernial protrusion through a cleft in the skull of brain tissue containing fluid; called also hydrocephalocele and hydrencephalocele.
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hy·dren·ceph·a·lo·cele

(hī'dren-sef'ă-lō-sēl),
Protrusion, through a cleft in the cranium, of brain substance expanded into a sac that contains fluid.
[hydr- + G. enkephalos, brain, + kēlē, tumor]
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hy·dren·ceph·a·lo·cele

(hī'dren-sef'ă-lō-sēl)
Protrusion, through a defect in the cranium, of brain substance expanded into a sac containing fluid.
Synonym(s): hydrocephalocele, hydroencephalocele.
[hydr- + G. enkephalos, brain, + kēlē, tumor]
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