Pediatric Neuroradiology can be a source of anxiety for many physicians. Everyone wants to figure out what is going on for the patient, their family, as well as their referring doctors. Many of the diagnoses associated with supratentorial malformation can sound similar, especially if you don’t encounter them on a daily basis. When you do encounter them you want to appropriately characterize image findings to provide the best level of care for the patient and their family. This series will review Congenital Supertentorial Malformations, not just by showing a single case from a textbook but the types of variations that you see in real life, from severe cases, to mild cases, and will discuss how to describe them.
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