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What is a hypoattenuation?

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what is hypoattenuation mean with possible loss of grey- white matter differenttiation within the right posteriror occipital region.
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Hypoattenuation is a term used to describe areas that show up as whiter and brighter than normal on an x-ray or CT Scan. Hypoattenuating lesions are commonly referred to in regards
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