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Lissencephaly is a rare congenital condition with distinctive brain changes. Most of these changes were demonstrated on computed tomography, and include lack of cortical sulci and gyri; calcification in the region of paraphysis; wide, shallow sylvian fissures; colpocephaly; poor development of white matter; and persistent cavum septum pellucidum and cavum vergae.
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