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From: The natural history of infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy

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Radiographic Imaging Data for the Study Cohort. a-d: Representative MRI images for the affected individuals P14 (at age 3 years 2 months), P15 (at age 3 years 2 months), P19 (at age 4 years 3 months), and P20 (at age 4 years 7 months) showing cerebellar atrophy. e: MRI at 3 years and 2 months showing altered signal intensity in the globus pallidus of P15. f: MRI at 4 years and 3 months showing bilateral symmetrical subtle low T2 signals noted in the globus pallidus, substantia nigra, and dentate nuclei of P19. g: MRI at 6 years and 9 months showing bilateral globus pallidus low signal intensity likely representing iron deposition in P18. h: MRI at 6 years and 9 months showing brain, cerebellar and brainstem atrophic changes in P18. i: CT at 6 years showing global brain atrophy in P26

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