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Figure 1: Axial Cranial CT images of a 32-year-old head injured patient with incidentally discovered tuberous sclerosis. Non contrast enhanced images (a) show an isodense mass in the anterior horn of the left lateral ventricle with calcifications within it (arrow). Hemorrhage within the posterior horn of the lateral ventricles is also noted. (b) Subependymal calcifications noted at body of the lateral ventricles. Follow-up CT images (c and d) show avid near-homogenous contrast enhancement

Figure 1: Axial Cranial CT images of a 32-year-old head injured patient with incidentally discovered tuberous sclerosis. Non contrast enhanced images (a) show an isodense mass in the anterior horn of the left lateral ventricle with calcifications within it (arrow). Hemorrhage within the posterior horn of the lateral ventricles is also noted. (b) Subependymal calcifications noted at body of the lateral ventricles. Follow-up CT images (c and d) show avid near-homogenous contrast enhancement