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Cranioschisis (acrania) with exencephaly (3)

Stillborn. Although this was considered "anencephalia," fetal brain tissue appears to be present without an overlying calvarium. Therefore, this should be considered exencephaly. (Source: Pfaundler M, Schlossmann A, editors. The diseases of children: a work for the practising physician. English translation by Henry LK Shaw and Linnaeus La Fe'tra. Vol 4. Philadelphia and London: JB Lippincott Company, 1908.)