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Figure 1: The figure showing the temporal course of the neuroimaging findings of the bilateral hypertrophy of the inferior olivary nucleus, prominent on the right side. (a) The cranial tomography showing the right pontine hemorrhage. (b) Cranial MRI, performed one month after the event, showing a normal appearance of the inferior oliver nucleus. (c) Cranial MRI, performed 10 months after the event, showing the development of the hypertrophic inferior olivary nucleus. (d) MRI, performed 14 months after, shows the persistence of the appearance

Figure 1: The figure showing the temporal course of the neuroimaging findings of the bilateral hypertrophy of the inferior olivary nucleus, prominent on the right side. (a) The cranial tomography showing the right pontine hemorrhage. (b) Cranial MRI, performed one month after the event, showing a normal appearance of the inferior oliver nucleus. (c) Cranial MRI, performed 10 months after the event, showing the development of the hypertrophic inferior olivary nucleus. (d) MRI, performed 14 months after, shows the persistence of the appearance