Cerebral cortical T1 hyperintensity

Last revised by Yahya Baba on 3 Oct 2021

Cerebral cortical T1 hyperintensity or gyriform T1 hyperintensity refers to curvilinear hyperintense signal involving the cerebral cortex on T1-weighted images on brain MRI.

Causes include:

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Cases and figures

  • Case 1 : cortical laminar necrosis
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  • Case 2: herpes simplex encephalitis
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