Asymmetry of the lateral ventricles
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There is an asymmetric enlargement of the lateral ventricles, larger on the left with no underlying structural abnormality.
The rest of the MR exam is unremarkable
A Canadian study (1990), as well as a recent Turkish study, found that the headache was more common in those with asymmetry of the lateral ventricles than normal controls.