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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging brain (a) T2 axial images of our patient with infantile tremor syndrome show frontotemporal atrophy with prominent cerebrospinal fluid spaces (white arrow) and widened Sylvian fissures (black arrows). (b) T2 axial images of a child with glutaric aciduria type I show similar features of diffuse cerebral volume loss, predominantly involving frontotemporal region along with widened Sylvian fissures (bold black arrows) and subdural effusion (white arrow). There is symmetrical hyperintensity of bilateral caudate (double black arrows) and putamen (thin black arrow)

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging brain (a) T2 axial images of our patient with infantile tremor syndrome show frontotemporal atrophy with prominent cerebrospinal fluid spaces (white arrow) and widened Sylvian fissures (black arrows). (b) T2 axial images of a child with glutaric aciduria type I show similar features of diffuse cerebral volume loss, predominantly involving frontotemporal region along with widened Sylvian fissures (bold black arrows) and subdural effusion (white arrow). There is symmetrical hyperintensity of bilateral caudate (double black arrows) and putamen (thin black arrow)