Summary: Congenital brain anomalies are usually both complex and multiple. The diagnosis of these conditions requires an understanding of embryology and knowledge of the effects of these embryologic disturbances on the brain parenchyma and ventricles. Ultrasonography is usually the primary imaging examination in neonates with suspected intracranial malformations. This review describes the spectrum of sonographic findings associated with congenital brain anomalies.
- Abnormalities—Ultrasound (US)
- In infants and children