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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging brain of the patient showing hyperintensities of bilateral caudate, putamen, thalamus ([a] black arrows), and midbrain ([b] black arrowhead) in axial fl uid-attenuated inversion recovery section, T2-coronal section showing hyperintensities in bilateral thalamus, midbrain, and pons ([c] white arrows), and T2-midsaggital section showing hyperintensities in midbrain and pons ([d] white arrowhead)

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging brain of the patient showing hyperintensities of bilateral caudate, putamen, thalamus ([a] black arrows), and midbrain ([b] black arrowhead) in axial fl uid-attenuated inversion recovery section, T2-coronal section showing hyperintensities in bilateral thalamus, midbrain, and pons ([c] white arrows), and T2-midsaggital section showing hyperintensities in midbrain and pons ([d] white arrowhead)