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Figure 1: MRI Brain on initial presentation - (a) T2WI axial, (b) T2 FLAIR coronal sections show hyperintense lesion involving the centrum semiovale, corpus callosum, deep cerebral nuclei and corpus callosum. (c) T1WI contrast axial section shows ill-defined enhancement within the lesion. MRI brain after 3 days - (d) T2WI axial, (e) T2 FLAIR coronal, (f) T2 FLAIR axial sections show increase in size of the lesion with bilateral involvement and extension into brainstem. Repeat MRI after 3 weeks - (g) T2 FLAIR, (h) T2WI coronal, (i) T2 FLAIR axial sections show regression of the lesion

Figure 1: MRI Brain on initial presentation - (a) T2WI axial, (b) T2 FLAIR coronal sections show hyperintense lesion involving the centrum semiovale, corpus callosum, deep cerebral nuclei and corpus callosum. (c) T1WI contrast axial section shows ill-defined enhancement within the lesion. MRI brain after 3 days - (d) T2WI axial, (e) T2 FLAIR coronal, (f) T2 FLAIR axial sections show increase in size of the lesion with bilateral involvement and extension into brainstem. Repeat MRI after 3 weeks - (g) T2 FLAIR, (h) T2WI coronal, (i) T2 FLAIR axial sections show regression of the lesion