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What does the following MRI findings indicate?

Can you explain MRI findings: There are foci of high T2 and Flair signal intensity in the right centrum semivale, in the right superior parietal periventricular, subcortical and juxtacortical white matter. There is atrophy of the gyri in the right superior parietal lobe. Large dural calcification noted in the faux.
Mon, 30 Jul 2018
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It is age related finding.

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