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Figure 1: MRI of the brain of a child with MLD. T2-weighted axial sections (A and B) showed hyperintense signal in periventricular and central white matter (parieto-occipital dominant), centrum semiovale, genu and splenium of the corpus callosum, posterior limb of internal capsule, and partially affected subcortical U fibers. Note the striking leopard skin pattern

Figure 1: MRI of the brain of a child with MLD. T2-weighted axial sections (A and B) showed hyperintense signal in periventricular and central white matter (parieto-occipital dominant), centrum semiovale, genu and splenium of the corpus callosum, posterior limb of internal capsule, and partially affected subcortical U fibers. Note the striking leopard skin pattern