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Figure 1: (a) NCCT head (A) shows hypodensity in bilateral anterior frontal region (arrows in a) with effacement of overlying cortical sulci. Bilateral frontal regions (arrows in b, c) and left temporal region (arrow in d) show hypointense signal involving both grey and white matter with sulcal effacement in T1-WI (b, c) and hyperintense signal on FLAIR Images (d-f). On diffusion maps (g) and ADC maps (h), bilateral frontal regions appear bright suggesting facilitated diffusion (arrows in g and h), while left posterior temporal region appears bright on diffusion-trace images (g) and dark on ADC maps (h) suggesting diffusion restriction (arrowhead in g and h)

Figure 1: (a) NCCT head (A) shows hypodensity in bilateral anterior frontal region (arrows in a) with effacement of overlying cortical sulci. Bilateral frontal regions (arrows in b, c) and left temporal region (arrow in d) show hypointense signal involving both grey and white matter with sulcal effacement in T1-WI (b, c) and hyperintense signal on FLAIR Images (d-f). On diffusion maps (g) and ADC maps (h), bilateral frontal regions appear bright suggesting facilitated diffusion (arrows in g and h), while left posterior temporal region appears bright on diffusion-trace images (g) and dark on ADC maps (h) suggesting diffusion restriction (arrowhead in g and h)