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Abstract #2995

Use lesion network localization to locate related brain lesions in incidental white matter lesions children with verbal comprehension delay

Xiaoyu Wang1, Mengxuan Li1, Miaomiao Wang1, Congcong Liu1, Xianjun Li1, and Jian Yang1
1Radiology, The first afflicted hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China


Incidental white matter lesions (IWMLs) is a common disease in children with an incidence rate between 1.9% - 20%. Locating the brain lesions that might be related to the decline in verbal comprehension by overlapping lesion-associated networks can help define the possible response lesion. Our finding would help pediatricians to recognize the significant IWMLs that could potentially cause language delay in children. Thus, an early intervention can be applied to prevent the occurrence and progression of verbal comprehension decline in children.

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