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  1. ... problems with frontal lobe function, often caused by white matter disease. Some degree of memory loss occurs normally with ... load » MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibres on FLAIR/T2 ...
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  2. ... problems with frontal lobe function, often caused by white matter disease. Some degree of memory loss occurs normally with ... load » MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibers on FLAIR/T2 ...
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  3. ... has been implicated in the causation of the white matter disease. [ 12] Hemorrhage • Large parenchymal hemorrhages centered in the ... Multiple lacunar infarcts, particularly basal ganglia • Leukoaraiosis-extensive white matter disease ... Hemorrhage • Major parenchyma hemorrhage • Cerebral ...
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  4. ... has been implicated in the causation of the white matter disease. [12] Bateman GA. Pulse-wave encephalopathy: a comparative ... Multiple lacunar infarcts, particularly basal ganglia Leukoaraiosis-extensive white matter disease (subcortical leukoencephalopathy). ... Major parenchyma hemorrhage Cerebral amyloid ...
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  5. ... for uncertain cases. MRI brain: Infarcts and/or white matter disease More MRI brain May be useful as adjunct ... for uncertain cases. MRI brain: Infarcts and/or white matter disease More MRI brain May be useful as adjunct ...
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  6. ... for uncertain cases. MRI brain: Infarcts and/or white matter disease More MRI brain May be useful as adjunct ... for uncertain cases. MRI brain: Infarcts and/or white matter disease More MRI brain May be useful as adjunct ...
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  7. ... problems with frontal lobe function, often caused by white matter disease. Some degree of memory loss occurs normally with ... problems with frontal lobe function, often caused by white matter disease. Some degree of memory loss occurs normally with ...
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  8. ... load MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibres on FLAIR/T2 ... load MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibres on FLAIR/T2 ...
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  9. ... DJ. Pediatric central nervous system infections and inflammatory white matter disease. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2005;52:1107-1126; ... DJ. Pediatric central nervous system infections and inflammatory white matter disease. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2005;52:1107-1126; ...
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  10. ... load MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibers on FLAIR/T2 ... load MRI brain: normal or diffuse bilateral symmetric white matter disease that spares cortical U fibers on FLAIR/T2 ...
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