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Figure 1: (a) T2 weighted axial MR image showing gyriform hypointense signal intensity foci along the surface of frontal and parietal cerebral convexities of both cerebral hemispheres (downward arrows). Small rounded signal void dots are seen in the cortices (upward arrows) with diffuse hyperintense signal intensity in the white matter (leftward arrows), (b) Axial T2 W fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image through the supraventricular level shows diffuse hyperintense signal intensity in the centrum semiovale bilaterally (upward arrows); small subcortical signal void foci are also seen (right and leftward arrows), (c) Susceptibility weighted (SWI) axial MR image through cerebral convexities above the ventricular level showing prominent gyriform (upward arrows) and innumerable small rounded signal voids (leftward arrow) in bilateral cerebral hemispheres.

Figure 1: (a) T2 weighted axial MR image showing gyriform hypointense signal intensity foci along the surface of frontal and parietal cerebral convexities of both cerebral hemispheres (downward arrows). Small rounded signal void dots are seen in the cortices (upward arrows) with diffuse hyperintense signal intensity in the white matter (leftward arrows), (b) Axial T2 W fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image through the supraventricular level shows diffuse hyperintense signal intensity in the centrum semiovale bilaterally (upward arrows); small subcortical signal void foci are also seen (right and leftward arrows), (c) Susceptibility weighted (SWI) axial MR image through cerebral convexities above the ventricular level showing prominent gyriform (upward arrows) and innumerable small rounded signal voids (leftward arrow) in bilateral cerebral hemispheres.