Congenital Malformations of the Brain

h Sturge-Weber syndrome

Fig. 11.46 h In this patient with a Sturge-Weber angiomatosis, the cranial CT reveals extensive calcification of the gray-white matter junctional zone (left), which can sometimes even be appreciated on plain radiography of the skull. The angiomatous

Radiographyof The Brain

Fig. 11.46 h In this patient with a Sturge-Weber angiomatosis, the cranial CT reveals extensive calcification of the gray-white matter junctional zone (left), which can sometimes even be appreciated on plain radiography of the skull. The angiomatous region accumulates contrast avidly, as seen on this coronal MR image after gadolinium administration (right). The calcified portion appears as a signal void.

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