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Sistema nervoso centrale: patologie della linea mediana

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La Risonanza Magnetica (RM) fetale è ormai considerata un’indagine di II–III livello, complementare all’ecografia, per l’identificazione di diverse anomalie strutturali congenite e acquisite dell’encefalo fetale, comprese quelle a carico della linea mediana [1, 2].

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Doneda, C., Triulzi, F. (2013). Sistema nervoso centrale: patologie della linea mediana. In: Fonda, C., Manganaro, L., Triulzi, F. (eds) RM fetale. Springer, Milano. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-1408-4_14

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