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Identify the pathological abnormality shown in the image below.
Which of the following structures is well myelinated in a full-term (40-week) infant?
The anatomical structure identified in the image below (blue arrow) derives from which of the following embryonic tissues?
A two-week-old female is evaluated in the clinic. Upon physical exam, you notice a dimple and overlying tuft of hair on her lower back. This finding is most likely associated with a defect that occurs during which week of gestation?
The medulla is an embryologic derivative of which of the following structures?
The medulla develops from which of the five primary vesicles of the brain?
Which of the following embryologic derivatives myelinates the peripheral nervous system (PNS)?
A full-term male is having a routine awake and sleep EEG performed because of episodes concerning for possible seizures. These episodes were first noticed four days after an uncomplicated vaginal delivery. On the video EEG recording, you notice a violent jerking of the limbs followed by sustained stiffening after a phone rings loudly in the room. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Neural tube defects will develop at which point in fetal development?
Nursing staff in the neonatal intensive care unit noticed that a 32-week gestational age newborn with a complicated delivery and low initial Apgar scores and intracranial hemorrhage developed abnormal movements on the 2nd day of life. The movements were described as rhythmic, high-frequency movements of the left limb. There were no associated autonomic changes appreciated with events. The child was placed on continuous EEG recording and an event was captured which had no EEG correlate. What is the most likely diagnosis?