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Bilateral Mesial Temporal Sclerosis.

New Case. 26 yr ,F,A case of refractory Complex partial seizure since the age of 14 yrs. She has had one episode of febrile fit at the age of 2 & 1/ 2 yrs. Denied having any family history of seizures. On exam s,he has no focal deficits. EEG done several occassions reported as normal.5 days consecutive V.EEG done at another hospital failed to obtain any abnormality. What abnormality in the MRI ?

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Thanks for all answeres. NRI report: Diffuse atrophy of ,bilateral Hippocampus with altered parenchymal ( appearing hyperintense on T2W& FLAIR sequences) with prominent temporal horns of both lateral ventricles. Parahippocal gyri and rest of bilateral temporal lobes appears normal. Imp : Bilateral Mesial Temporal Sclerosis
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Thanks for all answeres. NRI report: Diffuse atrophy of ,bilateral Hippocampus with altered parenchymal ( appearing hyperintense on T2W& FLAIR sequences) with prominent temporal horns of both lateral ventricles. Parahippocal gyri and rest of bilateral temporal lobes appears normal. Imp : Bilateral Mesial Temporal Sclerosis
MTLE syndrome, please give the full imaging report, was it a 3 T MRI
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Left para hippocampal sclerosis (volume loss).
Left mts
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