Monday, 21 November 2011

Wide central sulcus

This CT study of Brain, cranial most 'high parietal' sections showing a wedge shaped area of low attenuation in left parietal region with Csf density, is an isolated widening of left side central sulcus appears to be a part of left parietal lobe atrophy.
Not to be mistaken for cystic Encephalomalacia as it is lined by normal cortical gyri with normal gray wihte matter interphase.
An associated severe changes of small vessel disease noted. 

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