From the case: Fatty falx

Axial T1
Modality: MRI (T1)

- “ Fatty falx cerebri is relatively common and is of no clinical significance.  ”

Used in the following article:

  • Falx ossification - “ In discussing mineralization of the falx cerebri, many radiology textbooks use the term falx calcification and make no mention of falx ossificatio...”
  • Fatty falx cerebri - “ A fatty falx cerebri is a benign entity in which there is fat within the extradural neural axis compartment located between the two visceral layer...”

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