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Figure 2: Axial T1-WIs (a, b) shows hypo-intensity involving both grey and white matter in bilateral temporal region with sulcal effacement (arrows in a). Bilateral frontal lesions seen in previous scans show persistent hypo-intensity with sulcal dilation suggesting chronicity of lesions (arrows in b). These temporal and frontal lesions are hyperintense in FLAIR Images (c-e). No diffusion restriction was seen (images not shown). Following gadolinium administration, no enhancement was seen in T1-WIs (f, g). Follow-up NCCT (h) shows dilation of cortical sulci in bilateral frontal and temporal regions with persistent hypodensity suggesting gliosis

Figure 2: Axial T1-WIs (a, b) shows hypo-intensity involving both grey and white matter in bilateral temporal region with sulcal effacement (arrows in a). Bilateral frontal lesions seen in previous scans show persistent hypo-intensity with sulcal dilation suggesting chronicity of lesions (arrows in b). These temporal and frontal lesions are hyperintense in FLAIR Images (c-e). No diffusion restriction was seen (images not shown). Following gadolinium administration, no enhancement was seen in T1-WIs (f, g). Follow-up NCCT (h) shows dilation of cortical sulci in bilateral frontal and temporal regions with persistent hypodensity suggesting gliosis