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  • MR head with axial T1 FLAIR sequence showing multiple subependymal nodules with increased signal, right greater than left, and an area of encephalomalacia in the right frontal lobe
  • MR head with axial FSE T2 sequence showing the subependymal nodules and encephalomalacia, and an area of increased intensity in the left occipital region.
  • MR head with axial T1 FLAIR sequence showing a large subependymal nodule on the left abutting the posterior portion of the lateral ventricle with increased signal, another smaller subependymal nodule on the right.
  • MR head with axial FSE T2 sequence showing the previously mentioned subependymal nodules and an additional subependymal nodule abutting the posterior right lateral ventricle. The is increased signal in the right posterior occipital lobe here as well.
  • MR head from 2003 (T1 and T2) showing the brain prior to frontal lobe resection. There are multiple nodules with increased T1 signal in the subependymal regions bilaterally. In the cortex of the right frontal lobe there is a 2.0 x 1.8 cm mass present. The foci are of low signal on T2 weighted imaging.
  • CT head shows multiple subependymal nodules in both lateral ventricles and a parenchymal tuber near the area of surgical encephalomalacia in the right frontal lobe.
  • CT head from 2003 shows a fairly well defined, irregular, hyperdense region in the right frontal cortex.
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  • Full triad in 26%, none of the three in 6% of cases
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