Hi doctors, was just wondering what is an anterior interhemispheric falx calcification?

Physiologic, posttr. Intracranial calcifications: physiologic, posttraumatic and dystrophic, subdural/epidural hematoma radiation/chemotherapy ischemia/infarct congenital disorders (phakomatoses) neurofibromatosis i and ii tuberous sclerosis basal cell nevus syndrome sturge-weber syndrome vascular disorders vascular malformations: avm/avf, cavernous angioma, venous angioma, and capillary telengiectasia and more.
Falx calcification. This is a common incidental finding on CT scans, particularly in the elderly, usually of no concern.