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- multiple bilateral periventricular and subependymal nodular lesions with predominantly high T1 and low to intermediate T2 / FLAIR signal intensity.
- bilateral subcortical patchy areas of variable T1 and high T2 / FLAIR signal intensity with no restricted diffusion. Some subcortical lesions are possibly calcified with low T2 signal.
- streaky linear T2 / Flair hyperintensities (radial bands) along the radial migrations from ventricle to cortex. These bands are oriented perpendicular to the ventricular wall.
- focal deep white matter cyst–like T2 hyperintense lesions (cystoid degenerations) are seen; most evident at the right high posterior frontal lobe.