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Alexander disease (infantile type) at 6 months of age (CT) (1)

Marked progression is indicated by extensive radiolucency of white matter, particularly evident in frontal lobes. Gray matter stands out against radiolucent white matter. (Reprinted with permission from: Johnson 1996.)

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