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Fig. 1 | BMC Infectious Diseases

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From: Case report: microcephaly associated with Zika virus infection, Colombia

Fig. 1

a Intracebral calcifications of the congenital prenatal infectious type. b Cerebral hypoplasia. c Microcephaly. d Supratentorial hydrocephalus. CAT was carried out using axial cuts from the base to convexity. CAT scan shows: brain size diminished with deformity with evidence of congenital microcephaly. Cerebral parenchyme volume is diminished due to hypoplasia associated to a ventricular dilated suparatentorial. Amplitude of the furrows and intraparenchymal cortical calcifications by malformation and subarachnoid spaces, there is no displacement of midline structures, brain stem and cerebellum are preserved

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