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Figure 1: Axial T2 (a and d), fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (b and e) and T1 (c and f) magnetic resonance images showing altered signal intensity lesions in form of T2/fluid-attenuated inversion recovery hyper-intensities and T1 hypo-intensities involving bilateral thalami (black arrows) and periventricular white matter, more so in fronto-parietal region (white arrows). No diffusion restriction or susceptibility changes seen in these areas

Figure 1: Axial T2 (a and d), fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (b and e) and T1 (c and f) magnetic resonance images showing altered signal intensity lesions in form of T2/fluid-attenuated inversion recovery hyper-intensities and T1 hypo-intensities involving bilateral thalami (black arrows) and periventricular white matter, more so in fronto-parietal region (white arrows). No diffusion restriction or susceptibility changes seen in these areas