iniencephaly


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in·i·en·ceph·a·ly

(in'ē-en-sef'ă-lē),
Malformation consisting of a cranial defect at the occiput, with the brain exposed; often in combination with a cervical rachischisis and retroflexion.
[G. inion, back of the head, + enkephalos, brain]
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Based on types, the global cephalic disorders treatment market can be segmented as: Anencephaly Colpocephaly Holoprosencepy Ethmocephaly Hydranencephay Iniencephaly Lissencephaly Megalencephal Microcephaly Porencephaly Schizencephal Others Based on treatment, the global cephalic disorders treatment market can be segmented as: Drugs Anti-convulsants Neuromuscular Agents Others Devices Orthotic Devices Hearing Aids Others Based on distribution channel, the global cephalic disorders treatment market can be segmented as: Hospital Pharmacy Retail Pharmacy Drug Stores Others Cephalic Disorders Treatment Market: Overview The global market for cephalic disorders treatment is consolidated with a few large players dominating the scene.
Common cephalic disorders include anencephaly, colpocephaly, holoprosencephaly, ethmocephaly, hydranencephaly, iniencephaly, lissencephaly, megalencephal, microcephaly, porencephaly, and schizencephaly.
The most prevalent are spina bifida and anencephaly and also include encephalocele, craniorachischisis, and iniencephaly (Kondo, Kamihira, & Ozawa, 2009).
INTRODUCTION: Iniencephaly is a rare birth defect having retroflexion of the head combined with severe distortion of the spine.
Most of iniencephalic babies are stillborn or die soon after birth (2, 9); however the milder forms of iniencephaly cases are not fatal.
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Major diagnostic and pathological features of iniencephaly based on twenty-four cases.
Iniencephaly and associated anomalies: an embryo pathogenesis analysis.
Prenatal diagnosis in three cases of iniencephaly with unusual postmortem findings.
In another case cited by Walker (1974) a woman took meclizine and another antiemetic and had a child with iniencephaly and spina bifida.