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Table 5 Two-year neurodevelopmental outcomes of 139 surviving infants

From: Evaluation of prenatal central nervous system anomalies: obstetric management, fetal outcomes and chromosome abnormalities

Types of CNS anomalies Normal Development Motor disability Mental disability Psychomotor disability Lost to follow-up
Neural tube defect
 - Anencephaly - - - - 3
 - Encephalocele - 1 1 2 -
 -Meningocele - - - 1 -
 -Myelomeningocele 1 3 - 3 5
 -Spina bifida occulta 1 - - - -
 - Unclassified closed spina bifida - 1 - - -
 -Unclassified NTD 2 3 - 1 1
Ventriculomegaly 16 9 7 19 26
Holoprosencephaly - 2 - 2 8
Microcephaly - - - 1 4
Cysts
 - arachnoid cyst 2 - - - 1
 - choroid plexus cyst 1 - - 1 1
Cystic hygroma 8 - - 2 2
Chiari Type II malformation 1 3 - 3 2
Dandy Walker malformation 2 - 1 1 5
Cerebellar disorder - - - 3 6
Megacisterna magna 1 1 - 3 3
Agenesis of corpus callosum - 2 - 3 2
Other spinal malformations 1 - - 1 6
Miscellaneous
 -sacrococcygeal teratoma 1 1 - - 1
 -cerebral atrophy - - - 1 1
 -wide CSP - - - 1 -
 -absent CSP - - - 3 1
 -megalencephaly - - - 1 -
 -hydranencephaly - - - - 1
 -intracranial haemorrhage - - - - 1
 -intracranial tumour - - - - -
  1. CNS central nervous system, CSP cavum septi pellu