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Congenital LCMV infection in infant (MRI)

Brain MRI scan in a patient with congenital LCMV infection at 6 months of age. (A) The coronal FLAIR image reveals colpocephaly (asterisk) and severe encephalomalacia with cortical thinning (arrowhead). (B) The midline sagittal T1-weighted image confirms the cortical thinning (arrowhead) and ventriculomegaly (asterisk) and reveals cerebellar hypoplasia (arrow). (Contributed by Dr. Daniel J Bonthius.)

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