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The first line investigation is a cranial ultrasound, with which the cystic lesion may be seen.

Quite often a physiological increase in the echo density on ultrasound is seen. This is not a precursor of a cystic lesion. However, periventricular damage may occur without the manifestation of significant early cystic change.

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