Left occipital petalia
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The left occipital lobe appears more prominent compared to the right and it protrude towards the right side. There is minor overlying scalloping of the calvaria.
No abnormal signal of the underlying brain parenchyma. Otherwise normal brain study.
Petalia refers to asymmetrical protusion part of the cerebral hemisphere towards other hemisphere.
Common petalia involve right frontal and left occipital petalia; in which the right hemisphere protrude anteriorly to the left and the left hemisphere protrude posteriorly to the right.