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There is an ill defined bony defect seen in the bifrontal region. Prortusion of meninges seen through this defect, suggestive of meningocele. Adjacent skin tenting noted.
There is a well defined linear hypodense lesion noted in the frontal region, parasaggitaly. This lesion shows a thick eccentric calcific focus. Features suggest lipoma
Few fatty droplets seen in the mid/posterior falx, likely to suggest fatty falx.
No features of chemical meningitis.
The posterior aspect of corpus callosum is not distinctly visualized, suspicious for dysgenesis.
CSF containing space seen between the frontal horns of lateral ventricle, suggestive of cavum septum pelucidum.