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Figure 5: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain in megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy with subcortical cysts. T2-weighted axial images (a and b) of a child show bilateral confluent symmetrical diffuse white matter involvement with swollen appearance with sparing of corpus callosum (black arrows in a) with temporal lobe cysts (b) and cerebellar white matter involvement (white arrow in B). Note was also made of cavum septi pellucidi and cavum vergae (a). The saggital FLAIR images of another child show subcortical cysts in temporal, frontal, and parietal areas (black arrows in C and D)

Figure 5: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain in megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy with subcortical cysts. T2-weighted axial images (a and b) of a child show bilateral confluent symmetrical diffuse white matter involvement with swollen appearance with sparing of corpus callosum (black arrows in a) with temporal lobe cysts (b) and cerebellar white matter involvement (white arrow in B). Note was also made of <i>cavum septi pellucidi</i> and <i>cavum vergae</i> (a). The saggital FLAIR images of another child show subcortical cysts in temporal, frontal, and parietal areas (black arrows in C and D)