The previously demonstrated abnormalities involving predominantly the subcortical white-matter in both parietal and occipital lobes in relatively symmetrical fashion corresponds to increased T2/FLAIR signal, but no diffusion restriction. Apart from a few white matter likely chronic small vessels changes, the brain has otherwise normal appearances. No abnormal contrast enhancement noted. The ventricles and basal cisterns are normal. No signs of intracranial haemorrhage. MRA of the circle of Willis arteries is unremarkable, with no signs of high-grade stenosis or vascular malformations.