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Figure 1: Diagrams for measuring craniocerebral radiological indices. (a) Intensity of gray matter (1) and white matter (2); (b) Maximum (3) and minimum (4) length of the frontal horn of the ventricle, transverse diameter of cerebral parenchyma (5) and length of the choroid plexus.(6); (c) maximum external diameter of the body of the lateral ventricle (7), maximum internal transverse diameter of the cranium (8), length between the two calvarium (9); (d) Transverse (10) and longitudinal (11) diameter of the third ventricle; (e) Transverse (12) and longitudinal (13) diameter of the fourth ventricle; (f) Length of the cerebral longitudinal fissure (14)

Figure 1: Diagrams for measuring craniocerebral radiological indices. (a) Intensity of gray matter (1) and white matter (2); (b) Maximum (3) and minimum (4) length of the frontal horn of the ventricle, transverse diameter of cerebral parenchyma (5) and length of the choroid plexus.(6); (c) maximum external diameter of the body of the lateral ventricle (7), maximum internal transverse diameter of the cranium (8), length between the two calvarium (9); (d) Transverse (10) and longitudinal (11) diameter of the third ventricle; (e) Transverse (12) and longitudinal (13) diameter of the fourth ventricle; (f) Length of the cerebral longitudinal fissure (14)