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What does my radiology report mean?

Just wanted some help understanding what my radiology report means. I'm a 27 year old female with no trauma to the head.

Small, symmetrical, stable extra-axial CSF signal fluid collections in the anterior aspect of the middle cranial fossa bilaterally. This may be on the basis of atrophy or small chronic subdural hygromas. 2. Mild cerebral atrophy slightly prominent for patient's stated age unchanged
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