Complaints of memory loss.
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Diffuse periventricular white matter hypoattenuation, non-specific, but most likely to represents chronic small vessel disease.
Leukoaraiosis (from the Greek: leuko=white and araiosis=rarefaction) is a term given to areas of white matter low attenuation (WMLA) in the brain. Refers to bilateral and either patchy or diffuse areas of hypodensity on CT or hyperintensity on T2-weighted MRI.
The causes of LA are incompletely understood.