We conducted postmortem magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies of five brains from patients with a clinical and pathologic diagnosis of tuberous sclerosis. Areas of prolonged T1 and T2 relaxation could easily be identified within the white matter subjacent to the cortical tubers despite formalin fixation and storage. The signal changes were identical to… (More)


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