Pediatric Cranial MRI: An Atlas of Normal Development by John H. Bisese MD, Ay-Ming Wang MD (auth.)

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46 MALE-5 YEARS, 2 MONTHS OLD Note is made of some prominent immature myelin in the terminal zones. This is within acceptable limits for the patient's age (Figure 4, arrow). 47 MALE-S YEARS, 3 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is noted. 48 MALE-5 YEARS, 4 MONTHS OLD Adult-type pattern is identified. 48 that the basal ganglia exhibits a slightly increased signal intensity contrasting them from the lower signal basal ganglia seen at earlier development. This reversal represents maturation of gray matter and white matter components of the basal ganglia.

42 MALE-4 YEARS, 2 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is visualized. Note that the sulci of the motor strip medially can be mistaken for non matured white matter, but this is simply the normal cortical material as it invaginates into the sulcus (Figure 3, arrow). 43 MALE-4 YEARS, 4 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is identified. Figure I Figure.! 44 FEMALE-5 YEARS OLD Adult pattern is identified. At this point, it is nearly the complete adult pattern with the exception of some persistent signal in the terminal zone in some cases.

41 FEMALE-4 YEARS, 2 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is visualized. 42 MALE-4 YEARS, 2 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is visualized. Note that the sulci of the motor strip medially can be mistaken for non matured white matter, but this is simply the normal cortical material as it invaginates into the sulcus (Figure 3, arrow). 43 MALE-4 YEARS, 4 MONTHS OLD Adult pattern is identified. Figure I Figure.! 44 FEMALE-5 YEARS OLD Adult pattern is identified. At this point, it is nearly the complete adult pattern with the exception of some persistent signal in the terminal zone in some cases.

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