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Figure 1: CT brain shows frontal cortical atrophy (top left), with frontal subcortical white matter hypodensities (top right). Widened Sylvian fissures suggestive of temporal pole atrophy and basal ganglia calcifications are also seen (bottom left). Widening of temporal horns of lateral ventricles (bottom right) is further evidence of temporal lobe atrophy

Figure 1: CT brain shows frontal cortical atrophy (top left), with frontal subcortical white matter hypodensities (top right). Widened Sylvian fissures suggestive of temporal pole atrophy and basal ganglia calcifications are also seen (bottom left). Widening of temporal horns of lateral ventricles (bottom right) is further evidence of temporal lobe atrophy