Seizure and right sided body weakness.
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- Evidence of leptomeningeal hyperintensity in FLAIR images which returns low signal in T2 WI in the left parieto-occipital lobes
- Significant leptomeningeal enhancement and pial angioma in the aforementioned lobes
- Mild atrophic changes in the both cerebral hemispheres in the supratentorial level
Sturge-Weber syndrome is a rare congenital vascular disorder. It is characterized by facial capillary malformation, leptomeningeal angiomatosis and congenital glaucoma. The neurological features include seizures, focal neurological deficits and intellectual disability. CT and MRI demonstrate the characteristics of brain parenchymal changes which help in early diagnosis of the entity.
- Ragupathi S, Reddy AK, Jayamohan AE, et al Sturge-Weber syndrome: CT and MRI illustrations Case Reports 2014;2014:bcr2014205743