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Figure 1: (a, b) Clinical photographs showing papular skin lesions with a porcelain-white center and erythematous margin over the posterior aspect of trunk and limbs. (c–e) Axial sections of brain MRI show hyperintense lesions in the right frontal and posterior temporal and left parietal in T2 sequences. (f and g) Postcontrast T1W sequences show enhancement of the periphery of lesions. (h,i, and j) Brain MRIs after 2 months of onset show increase in the size of the lesions. (k and l) Blooming seen on SWI within the lesions. (m–q) Brain MRI after the onset of visual symptoms shows persistence of the lesions

Figure 1: (a, b) Clinical photographs showing papular skin lesions with a porcelain-white center and erythematous margin over the posterior aspect of trunk and limbs. (c–e) Axial sections of brain MRI show hyperintense lesions in the right frontal and posterior temporal and left parietal in T2 sequences. (f and g) Postcontrast T1W sequences show enhancement of the periphery of lesions. (h,i, and j) Brain MRIs after 2 months of onset show increase in the size of the lesions. (k and l) Blooming seen on SWI within the lesions. (m–q) Brain MRI after the onset of visual symptoms shows persistence of the lesions