This article reviews salient features of a normal neonatal cranial ultrasound examination with suggestions concerning techniques that take advantage of new developments in ultrasound technology. It also illustrates pathologic findings in such areas as congenital abnormalities, intracranial hemorrhage, and infection. Recent publications on the subject of neurodevelopmental outcome are explored, pointing out how varying descriptions of intraventricular hemorrhages affect their results.
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