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Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of torso showing multiple angiokeratoma. (b) Computed tomography head showing calcifications involving bilateral thalami (arrow), basal ganglia and pons (arrow). (c) Magnetic resonance imaging brain diffusion-weighted images showing acute infarcts in the right ventral thalamus (arrow) and left lateral medulla, with (d) T1 sequence showing “pulvinar sign” (arrow). (e) Normal vertebrobasilar vasculature on invasive cerebral angiogram

Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of torso showing multiple angiokeratoma. (b) Computed tomography head showing calcifications involving bilateral thalami (arrow), basal ganglia and pons (arrow). (c) Magnetic resonance imaging brain diffusion-weighted images showing acute infarcts in the right ventral thalamus (arrow) and left lateral medulla, with (d) T1 sequence showing “pulvinar sign” (arrow). (e) Normal vertebrobasilar vasculature on invasive cerebral angiogram