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Fig. 5 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

Fig. 5

From: Galloway-Mowat syndrome in Taiwan: OSGEP mutation and unique clinical phenotype

Fig. 5

Brain images of the patients. a Non-contrast enhanced axial carnial CT scan of patient II at 2 days of age showed pachygyria involving bilateral cerebral hemispheres. b Axial sections of MRI of patient III-1 at 9 weeks of age showed gyral abnormalities, frontal pachygyria, and deficient myelination. c MRI of patient III-2 at 6 days of age showed pachygyria and hypomyelination with T2 high signal intensity of white matter in bilateral frontal and temporal lobes. d Non-contrast enhanced axial carnial CT scan of patient V at 1 month of age showed pachygyria involving bilateral cerebral hemispheres

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