MRI BRAIN FINDINGS IN STURGE-WEBER SYNDROME


Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is a sporadic phakomatoses and is characterized by angiomatosis of skin, eye and meninges. . Patients present with epilepsy and developmental delay since childhood. Clinical examination reveals reddish discoloration of face (referred to as port wine stain), sclera and limbs, usually on one side of body. Imaging findings of SWS are typical.Continue reading “MRI BRAIN FINDINGS IN STURGE-WEBER SYNDROME”