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megalencephaly

 [meg″ah-len-sef´ah-le]
macrencephalia; hypertrophy of the brain.
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megalencephaly

(mĕg′əl-ĕn′sĕf′ə-lē) or

megaloencephaly

(mĕg′ə-lō-ĕn-)
n.
Abnormal largeness of the brain.

meg′al·en′ce·phal′ic (-ĕn′sə-făl′ĭk), meg′al·en′ce·phal′ous (-əs) adj.
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megalencephaly

A rare condition defined as a brain that weighs significantly more than the average for an infant’s age and sex, which is invariably accompanied by macrocephaly with an enlarged cranial vault due to separation of the cranial sutures.
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megalencephaly

Neonatology Big-brained
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