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  • ...ed to describe the appearance of the surface of the brain. Histologically, lissencephalic brains are characterized by a significant reduction (or even complete lack ...hor=Forman MS, Squier W, Dobyns WB, Golden JA |title=Genotypically defined lissencephalies show distinct pathologies |journal=J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol. |volume=6
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  • ...org.uk/ Lissencephaly Contact Group] - a patient initiative concerned with lissencephalic disorders
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  • ...org.uk/ Lissencephaly Contact Group] - a patient initiative concerned with lissencephalic disorders
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  • ...ed to describe the appearance of the surface of the brain. Histologically, lissencephalic brains are characterized by a significant reduction (or even complete lack ...hor=Forman MS, Squier W, Dobyns WB, Golden JA |title=Genotypically defined lissencephalies show distinct pathologies |journal=J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol. |volume=6
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  • ...[corpus callosum]] agenesis or cerebellar hypoplasia while the cobblestone lissencephalies are associated with eye and muscle disorders. <ref name=phadke/>
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  • }}</ref>: Small-brained placental species are indeed lissencephalic<ref name=Ferrer1986gss_i>{{:CZ:Ref:PMC1166506}}</ref><ref name=Pillay2007> ...he two living species of [[monotreme]]s, the small-brained [[platypus]] is lissencephalic, while the larger brains of [[echidna]] are gyrencephalic<ref name=Hassiot
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