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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    what is your medical diagnosis ?

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    Bilateral "Unidentified Bright Objects" :confused: starting from periventricular region and extending backwards.

    I will call it Leukoencephaolopathy and I am not attaching any qualifier like multifocal becos it will point towards a certain etiology, of which i am not sure.
     

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    This is a T2 weighted MRI head (this can be seen simply by the fact the CSF displays as white). This image shows ventriculomegaly, very prominent gyri and periventricular white matter lesions - my best guess for this image would be:

    congenital CMV infection
     

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    Congenital Cmv
     

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    Answer : Mostly Congenital CMV
     

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