Diagnosing Dandy-Walker Complex by Computed Tomography: Experience in Uganda and Recommendations for Hospitals in Resource-Limited Settings

Michael C. Dewan, Benjamin C. Warf & John Mugamba
Clinicians in the developing world – particularly those treating infants and patients with congenital neurological diseases – should be equipped with the knowledge to diagnose Dandy-Walker complex (DWC) without relying on solely magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In this paper, we will outline our recommendations for accurate diagnosis of DWC using computed tomography (CT) imaging on a sample of East African patients treated at our hospital in Uganda. Finally, we present a closer look at the...
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