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Figure 23 (A and B): A 5-year-old male child with encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis presented with characteristic skin manifestation, the nevus psiloliparus and typical ocular abnormalities in the form of multiple scleral choristomas. Noncontrast coronal (A) and axial (B) CT images showing unilateral right-sided cerebral atrophy, cortical calcification in right occipital parenchyma, arachnoid cyst in right temporal region (black arrow), and extraxial intracranial lipoma (white arrow) in right para-falcine location

Figure 23 (A and B): A 5-year-old male child with encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis presented with characteristic skin manifestation, the nevus psiloliparus and typical ocular abnormalities in the form of multiple scleral choristomas. Noncontrast coronal (A) and axial (B) CT images showing unilateral right-sided cerebral atrophy, cortical calcification in right occipital parenchyma, arachnoid cyst in right temporal region (black arrow), and extraxial intracranial lipoma (white arrow) in right para-falcine location