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Figure 2: (a) Widened sylvian fissures on CT scan. (b-d) MRI showing T2 hyperintensities. (b) Dentate nucleus (arrow) and pons (arrowhead), (c) periventricular whitematter (arrow) and pons (arrowhead), and (d and e) caudate nucleus (black arrowhead), lentiform nucleus (arrow), and periventricular white matter (white arrowhead). (f) Caudate nucleus (arrowhead) and lentiform nucleus (arrow) hyperintensity on diffusion images. Also seen is dilated CSF space anterior to temporal lobes in (c)

Figure 2: (a) Widened sylvian fissures on CT scan. (b-d) MRI showing T2 hyperintensities. (b) Dentate nucleus (arrow) and pons (arrowhead), (c) periventricular whitematter (arrow) and pons (arrowhead), and
(d and e) caudate nucleus (black arrowhead), lentiform nucleus (arrow), and periventricular white matter (white arrowhead). (f) Caudate nucleus (arrowhead) and lentiform nucleus (arrow) hyperintensity on diffusion
images. Also seen is dilated CSF space anterior to temporal lobes in (c)