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Click 1 year 6 months old female with new kyphosis on physical exam, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing.Follow up kyphosis at 4 years 5 months old, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing.

Click 3 year old female with global development delay, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing. Axial T1 weighted MR of the brain demonstrating symmetric hyperintensity in the globi pallidi. TECHNIQUE: Axial 1.5T T1W MRI (TR 350 TE 12)

Click 3 year old female with global development delay, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing. Axial T2 weighted MR of the brain demonstrating symmetric hypointensity in the bilateral globi pallidi with streak hyperintensity delineating the medial and lateral pallidal segments. TECHNIQUE: Axial T2W MRI (TR 4778 TE 103)

Click 3 year old female with global development delay, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing. Axial FLAIR MR of the brain demonstrating symmetric hypointensity in the globi pallidi. TECHNIQUE: Axial FLAIR MRI (TR 6200 TE 128)

Click 3 year old female with global development delay, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing. Coronal FLAIR MR of the brain demonstrating symmetric hypointensity in the bilateral globi pallidi with streak hyperintensity delineating the medial and lateral pallidal segments. TECHNIQUE: Coronal FLAIR MRI (TR 6200 TE 128)

Click Follow up kyphosis at 4 years 5 months old, and fucosidosis subsequently confirmed by laboratory testing.Sagittal T2 MRI of the lumbar spine for comparison to lateral radiograph shown in figure 4a, with progressive anterior beaking of L1 compared to prior. TECHNIQUE: Sagittal 1.5T T2W MRI (TR 4717 TE 107)