Living with half a brain
I don't think you need to be a radiologist to appreciate this isn't a normal head CT.
But this CT is of a nearly normal 36 year old man:
The parents noticed some clumsiness in early childhood. Right-sided hemiparesis and an equinus deformity at the ankle were diagnosed, with surgical treatment at the age of 18 years. During childhood, the patient received physical therapy. Additional sensorimotor and language development during childhood was not restricted. At the age of 28 years, the patient experienced his only general seizure. The rest of his medical history was unremarkable. Our patient was and is not receiving any medication. Intellect and language were unimpaired; the patient could complete school and is now working in a security department. He reported some disabilities concerning fine motor control of his affected right hand in tasks of daily living but had no other complaints.So basically this guy was born with half his brain missing and he has some right sided weakness and difficulty with fine motor tasks using his right hand.
Truly amazing. As the authors note the human brain is remarkably plastic when damage occurs early. Remeber that the left side of the brain is usually dominant for speech and language, yet he has no impairment.