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Figure 1: Brain MRI axial T2 image (a) showing old infarcts in bilateral basal ganglia (red arrow); axial fluid-attenuated inversion recovery image (b) showing old infarcts in bilateral basal ganglia (red arrows); axial T1 gadolinium-enhanced image (c) showing basal exudates (red arrow); MR angiogram (d) showing no occlusion or stenosis

Figure 1: Brain MRI axial T2 image (a) showing old infarcts in bilateral basal ganglia (red arrow); axial fluid-attenuated inversion recovery image (b) showing old infarcts in bilateral basal ganglia (red arrows); axial T1 gadolinium-enhanced image (c) showing basal exudates (red arrow); MR angiogram (d) showing no occlusion or stenosis