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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (Brain) of case 2, with localization related epilepsy, showing a right-sided well defined parafalcine extra-axial space occupying lesion, with perilesional edema, in T1-weighted axial (a), T2-weighted sagittal (b) and coronal (c) images. T2-weighted image (d), axial section, focussing on the corpus callosum appears normal while a uniform hyperintensity of the splenium of corpus callosum ("Boomerang sign") on diffusion-weighted image (e) is evident. Follow up diffusion-weighted image (f), done at 1 week, depicts complete disappearance of altered signals in the splenium

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (Brain) of case 2, with localization related epilepsy, showing a right-sided well defined parafalcine extra-axial space occupying lesion, with perilesional edema, in T1-weighted axial (a), T2-weighted sagittal (b) and coronal (c) images. T2-weighted image (d), axial section, focussing on the corpus callosum appears normal while a uniform hyperintensity of the splenium of corpus callosum (