The bottom line           

  1. Should the corpus callosum be evaluated routinely in low risk populations?
  2. Does mid trimester borderline cerebral ventriculomegaly (9-10mm) warrant further investigation?
  3. What CNS landmarks should be recorded routinely in low risk 3rd trimester scans?
  4. Should MRI be performed in all cases of suspected Blakes pouch Cyst?
  5. Is it possible to distinguish between Vermian Hypoplasia and BPC with ultrasound alone?
  6. At what point should a head measurement trigger further investigation for Microcephaly / Macrocephaly?
  7. What is the ideal timing to arrange an MRI here in Melbourne?
  8. Is 3D evaluation of the fetal  Brain a gimmick or a valuable diagnostic tool?
  9. What cut off should be used to trigger the investigation of the borderline small cerebellum at 18-20 weeks?
  10. Considering no nomogram exists is there any logic in measuring the near cerebral ventricle?
  11. The Cavum Velum Interpositum is a relatively common CNS variant and no follow up is required: True / False?


This information is designed for informational and educational purposes only and is not provided as a professional service or as medical advice for specific patients. Persons accessing this information assume full responsibility for the use of the information and understand and agree that neither Dr Simon Meagher nor MUFW accept responsibility for clinical material or information conveyed during the course of the 1.5-day workshop

Some pages provide links to other external websites. Neither Dr Simon Meagher nor MUFW accept responsibility for the availability or content of these external sites, nor does Dr Simon Meagher nor MUFW endorse, warrant or guarantee the medical information provided or suggested in these websites.

Contact Details

Twitter: -