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Technique: Multiplanar and multisequence images were obtained through the brain, without contrast administration.
Findings: Multiple T2/FLAIR hyperintensities foci somehow confluent, are present scattered through the subcortical and periventricular white-matter which likely represent chronic small vessel ischaemia prominent in severity for this age.
Mild brain atrophy, without lobar distribution. The lateral and third ventricles are dilated compared to the sulcal pattern and the corpus callosum is displaced upward. The callosal angle is reduced to values between 50-80 degrees.
There is an extra-axial calcification in the left parietal region, non-specific.
The remainder exam is unremarkable.
Conclusion: The findings are in keeping with normal pressure hydrocephalus.