cranioschisis

Congenital malformation in which there is incomplete closure of the skull. Usually accompanied by grossly defective development of the brain. ... Origin: cranio-+ G. Schisis, a cleavage ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cranioschisis

(kra″ne-os´kĭ-sis) cranium bifidum.
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Cranioschisis

Cranioschisis (Greek: `κρανιον - kranion` skull, and `schisis - σχίσις` - split) is a developmental birth defect involving the skull. In this disease, the cranium fails to close completely (especially at the occipital region). Thus, the brain is exposed to the amnios, and eventually degenerates, causing anencephaly. ...
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cranioschisis

Type: Term Pronunciation: krā′nē-os′ki-sis Definitions: 1. Congenital malformation in which there is incomplete closure of the cranium. Usually accompanied by grossly defective development of the brain.
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Cranioschisis

A congenital defect in which there is an open slit in the skull of the infant. During fetal development the skull did not close properly, leaving a fissure in the skull. Often times, the brain is not properly developed.
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