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Subependymal nodular heterotopias (SNHs) are one of the most frequent malformations of cortical development.[sup][1] Gray matter heterotopias are best divided into three categories: subependymal, subcortical, and band heterotopia. According to the classification system developed by Barkovich et al ., SNH are classified as malformations due to abnormal neuronal migration (Group II).[sup][2] The main presenting feature in most patients with nodular heterotopias is focal drug-resistant epilepsy[sup][3] with onset in the second decade of life; development and neurological examination are otherwise normal.
(4) Laminar heterotopia consists of bands of neurons between the cortex and lateral ventricles; it is therefore also known as band heterotopia or double cortex.
Dobyns: The clinical patterns and molecular genetics of lissencephaly and subcortical band heterotopia. Epilepsia.
Subcortical heterotopia: Subcortical Band Heterotopia falls under lissencephaly spectrum of heterotopia.
In subcortical heterotopia (other than band heterotopia or cortical infolding), no cause has been identified.
Experts have discovered Toni suffers from Band Heterotopia, a severe genetic condition linked to epilepsy.
According to the location of heterotopia, patients were classified into three groups: subependymal, sub-cortical and band heterotopia. It was concluded from the study that MRI was useful in diagnosing and differ-entiating between various types of gray matter heterotopia, and its extent is use-ful for management planning and predicting prognosis.
Patients with band heterotopia often present with "double cortex".
Band heterotopia may be complete, surrounded by simple white matter, or partial.
Most standard MR imaging protocols typically used to evaluate intracranial disease are suboptimal in the identification of subtleepileptogenic substrates, such as cortical dysplasia, hippocampal sclerosis and band heterotopias. Optimal imaging parameters (image orientation, slice thickness and pulse sequence) need to be employed to identify these substrates (12).