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Olfactory bulbs in normal 9-year-old boy (MRI)

Normal coronal T2-weighted MRI of a 9-year-old boy showing well formed olfactory bulbs as white round images on either side of the midline just above the horizontal cribriform plate and the perpendicular (vertical) plate of the ethmoid, dorsal to the turbinate nasal bones. (Courtesy of Dr. Xing-Chang Wei, Department of Radiology and Imaging, Alberta Children’s Hospital.)

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