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Figure 1: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at presentation (A–D) depicting an enlarged pons with diffuse hyperintensity in long TR sequences (A), with basilar engulfment and a clear demarcation between the pons and medulla (B), without gadolinium enhancement (C). Hydrocephalus is also present (D). Follow-up axial MRI FLAIR (E-P) at the begging of chemotherapy (E), after the first (F), and second (G) week of chemotherapy, at the 2nd (H), 5th (I), 8th (J), 12th (K), 17th (L), 23th (M), 35th (N), 48th (O), and 60th (P) months of follow-up

Figure 1: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at presentation (A–D) depicting an enlarged pons with diffuse hyperintensity in long TR sequences (A), with basilar engulfment and a clear demarcation between the pons and medulla (B), without gadolinium enhancement (C). Hydrocephalus is also present (D). Follow-up axial MRI FLAIR (E-P) at the begging of chemotherapy (E), after the first (F), and second (G) week of chemotherapy, at the 2nd (H), 5th (I), 8th (J), 12th (K), 17th (L), 23th (M), 35th (N), 48th (O), and 60th (P) months of follow-up