Heterotopic Gray Matter, MRI

Heterotopic Gray Matter, MRI

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Caption: This axial (cross sectional) T1 weighted MRI image of the brain demonstrates nodules of heterotopic gray matter along the margins of the left (on your right) lateral ventricle. This is a type of neuronal migration disorder. Cells destined to be in cortical gray matter begin in the subependymal regions in the germinal matrix zones. These neurons then migrate peripherally along radial-glial fibers to the cortex. If there is an insult during this process these neurons fail to migrate and will remain in the subependymal zones.

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