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Basal ganglia calcium bilateralBilateral basal ganglia calcifications are present.
Basal ganglia lacunes bilateralProminent perivascular spaces or old lacunar infarcts in the basal ganglia bilaterally.
Basal ganglia lacunes leftProminent perivascular spaces or old lacunar infarcts in the left basal ganglia.
Basal ganglia lacunes rightProminent perivascular spaces or old lacunar infarcts in the right basal ganglia.
Brain arteriesInternal carotid arteries; anterior, middle and posterior cerebral arteries; and basilar artery are patent and demonstrate no evidence of aneurysm or stenosis.
generalized brain atrophyThe calibers of ventricles, sulci and basal cisterns are diffusely prominent.
gray-whiteGray-white matter differentiation is preserved.
head soft tissuesExtracranial soft tissues are unremarkable.
head ventriclesThe calibers of ventricles, sulci and basal cisterns are within normal limits.
microvascular white matterBilateral hypodensities in the white matter are consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic changes.
vascular calcium brainIntracranial vascular calcifications are noted.