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Figure 2: MRI observations in elderly patients with new onset seizures (a, b), (b) Acute ischemic infarct involving right frontal and occipital region as shown in FLAIR (a) and DWI (b) and ADC (b) sequences (c) right temporo-parietal glioma with increased choline: creatine peak in the MRS study (c) (d) left perisylvian hyperintensity with ipsiplateral hemiatrophy in a elderly patient with histopathologically proven Rasmussens' encephalitis (e,f) Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis (absence of flow- arrows) and venous infarct involving right frontal region (g) Herpes simplex encephalitis involving right temporal and basi-frontal region (h) unidentified bright objects (UBOs) in FLAIR images

Figure 2: MRI observations in elderly patients with new onset seizures (a, b), (b) Acute ischemic infarct involving right frontal and occipital region as shown in FLAIR (a) and DWI (b) and ADC (b) sequences (c) right temporo-parietal glioma with increased choline: creatine peak in the MRS study (c) (d) left perisylvian hyperintensity with ipsiplateral hemiatrophy in a elderly patient with histopathologically proven Rasmussens' encephalitis (e,f) Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis (absence of flow- arrows) and venous infarct involving right frontal region (g) Herpes simplex encephalitis involving right temporal and basi-frontal region (h) unidentified bright objects (UBOs) in FLAIR images