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Incidental brain findings (IBFs) are brain abnormalities with no outward symptoms that are detected in healthy children and adults during their participation in research studies which apply neuroimaging techniques such as structural (MRI) and functional (fMRI) magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalography

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Jordan, L. C., McKinstry, R. C., Kraut, M. A., Ball, W. S., Vendt, B. A., Casella, J. F., DeBaun, M. R., for the Silent Infarct Transfusion Trial Investigators, & Strouse, J. J. (2010). Incidental findings on brain magnetic resonance imaging of children with sickle cell disease. Pediatrics, 126(1). pp. 53-61.