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bifrontal (not comparable)
- Situated on both sides of the front (of the cranium)
- 2015 July 4, Marie Meyer-Ohlendorf et al., “Comprehensive diagnostics in a case of hereditary diffuse leukodystrophy with spheroids”, in BMC Neurology, volume 15, DOI:10.1186/s12883-015-0368-3:
- Typical changes seen in the MRI are predominantly bifrontal T2-hyperintense white matter lesions with deep and subcortical involvement.