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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging brain (at the time of symptoms), fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (a), and T2-weighted (b) images showing hyperintensities in bilateral white matter (arrowhead) and corpus callosum (arrow). Corpus callosum showing microhemorrhages on magnitude (c) and phase (d) susceptibility-weighted images and diffusion restriction on diffusion (e) and apparent diffusion coefficient (f) images

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging brain (at the time of symptoms), fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (a), and T2-weighted (b) images showing hyperintensities in bilateral white matter (arrowhead) and corpus callosum (arrow). Corpus callosum showing microhemorrhages on magnitude (c) and phase (d) susceptibility-weighted images and diffusion restriction on diffusion (e) and apparent diffusion coefficient (f) images