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These are generally part of normal aging process and reflect age related changes in the brain, but can also reflect certain pathological conditions such as circulation issue to the brain, inflammatory lesions, or even some psychiatric conditions such as bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder.
All the findings on MRI need to be interpreted in appropriate clinical context. In your case, this may be related to dizziness or gait problem (if any) or may be totally unrelated. But in general, we come across a lot of patients with similar findings which are grossly considered insignificant clinically.
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