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AGENESIS OF THE CORPUS CALLOSUM, THE LITERATURE 08

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The following MEDLINE items were compiled by SilverPlatter and are presented with their permission. (See SilverPlatter's Worldwide Library for bibliographic search information.)

Record 1 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: Central nervous system involvement in incontinentia pigmenti: cranial MRI of two siblings.

AUTHOR(S): Aydingoz-U; Midia-M

ADDRESS OF AUTHOR: Department of Radiology, Hacettepe University School of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey.

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neuroradiology. 1998 Jun; 40(6): 364-6

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3940

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: GERMANY

ABSTRACT: Incontinentia pigmenti is an uncommon neurocutaneous syndrome characterised by skin lesions, dental and ocular abnormalities and central nervous system involvement. We report the cranial MRI findings in two sisters with this condition. These include hypoplasia of the corpus callosum, enlargement of the lateral ventricles and periventricular white-matter lesions. One girl also had unilateral microphthalmia and rostral agenesis of the corpus callosum, a feature not previously described.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Cerebral-Ventricles-pathology; Child,-Preschool; Corpus-Callosum-pathology; Incontinentia-Pigmenti-diagnosis; Microphthalmos-diagnosis; Microphthalmos-genetics; Retinal-Detachment-diagnosis; Retinal-Detachment-genetics

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Cerebral-Ventricles-abnormalities; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities; *Incontinentia-Pigmenti-genetics; *Magnetic-Resonance-Imaging

CHECKTAGS: Case-Report; Female; Human

PUBLICATION TYPE: JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998354048

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 2 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Genetics of agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Genetique de l'agenesie du corps calleux.

AUTHOR(S): Philip-N; Chabrol-B; Lethel-V

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 99-101

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: Agenesis of corpus callosum (ACC) is one of the most common brain malformations observed in humans. It is a heterogeneous malformation, with many etiologies. Isolated ACC is usually sporadic but familial cases have been reported. ACC can complicate numerous polymalformative, either monogenic or chromosomal syndromes. In some of them, for example Aicardi syndrome, Anderman syndrome or acrocallosal syndrome, ACC is a mandatory manifestation. Further identification of the molecular bases of these syndromes will be helpful in understanding the causal heterogeneity of this malformation.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Cytogenetics-; English-Abstract

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-genetics; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: Animal; English-Abstract; Human

PUBLICATION TYPE: JOURNAL-ARTICLE; REVIEW; REVIEW,-TUTORIAL

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429887

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 3 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 4 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 5 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 6 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 7 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 8 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 9 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 10 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 11 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 12 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 13 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 14 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 15 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 16 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 17 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 18 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 19 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 20 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 21 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 22 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 23 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 24 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 25 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 26 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 27 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 28 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 29 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 30 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 31 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 32 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 33 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 34 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 35 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 36 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

Record 37 of 37 in MEDLINE EXPRESS (R) 1996-1998

TITLE: [Prognosis of isolated agenesis of the corpus callosum]

ORIGINAL TITLE: Pronostic des agenesies isolees du corps calleux. Club Francophone de Medecine Foetale.

AUTHOR(S): Moutard-ML; Lewin-F; Baron-JM; Kieffer-V; Descamps-P

SOURCE (BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION): Neurochirurgie. 1998 May; 44(1 Suppl): 96-8

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER: 0028-3770

PUBLICATION YEAR: 1998

LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE: FRENCH; NON-ENGLISH

COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION: FRANCE

ABSTRACT: We report preliminary results of a three year follow-up of ten children affected with apparently isolated corpus callosum agenesis (prenatal diagnosis). This population was collected from a multicenter prospective study: annual survey included physical examination, developmental outcome and psychometric evaluation. Febril convulsions appeared to be more frequent than in the general population; developmental outcome was normal at the last evaluation. Follow-up has to be performed up to 10 years to determine more accurately prognosis of isolated corpus callosum agenesis.

MINOR MESH HEADINGS: Child,-Preschool; Developmental-Disabilities-psychology; English-Abstract; Infant-; Multicenter-Studies; Prenatal-Diagnosis; Prognosis-; Prospective-Studies

MAJOR MeSH HEADINGS: *Brain-Diseases-physiopathology; *Corpus-Callosum-abnormalities

CHECKTAGS: English-Abstract; Female; Human; Male

PUBLICATION TYPE: CLINICAL-TRIAL; JOURNAL-ARTICLE

MEDLINE ACCESSION NUMBER: 1998429886

UPDATE CODE: 199901

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