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Figure 1: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (a) axial fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image shows hyperintensity (red arrow) in periventricular white matter with prominent lateral ventricle sparing subcortical U fibers; (b) axial FLAIR image shows absence of signal change in anterior temporal lobe; (c) susceptibility-weighted image shows microbleeds (red arrow); (d) axial T2 image shows hyperintensity (red arrow) in periventricular white matter with prominent lateral ventricle sparing subcortical U fibers; (e) axial T2 image shows pontine hyperintense signal change (red arrow); (f) MR angiogram with normal intracranial arteries

Figure 1: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (a) axial fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image shows hyperintensity (red arrow) in periventricular white matter with prominent lateral ventricle sparing subcortical U fibers; (b) axial FLAIR image shows absence of signal change in anterior temporal lobe; (c) susceptibility-weighted image shows microbleeds (red arrow); (d) axial T2 image shows hyperintensity (red arrow) in periventricular white matter with prominent lateral ventricle sparing subcortical U fibers; (e) axial T2 image shows pontine hyperintense signal change (red arrow); (f) MR angiogram with normal intracranial arteries