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Occipital hemimegalencephaly imaging

Left occipital hemimegalencephaly suggested by deviation of the sagittal sinus and hypertrophy of the area in a 19-year-old female as seen on brain CT without contrast (A), T1-weighted 1.5T MRI with polymicrogyria (B), and FLAIR white matter hyperintensity (C). (Images from: Feidert A. Hemi-hemimegalencephaly or posterior quadrantic dysplasia, a rare cause of focal epilepsy in an otherwise healthy young woman: a case report. Cureus 2020;12(8):e10002.)