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Figure 1: Contrast enhanced MRI (May 12, 2016). Axial T2-WI (a-c) show hyperintense lesions in right middle cerebellar peduncle (arrow in a), bilateral cerebellar white matter (arrow-head in a), right periatrial and peri-insular white matter (b) and subcortical white matter of both frontal lobes (c). Diffusion-weighted images (d, e) show peripheral diffusion restriction in left posterior frontal lesion (arrow in e), SWI (f and g) show multiple hypointense foci within T2-hyperintense lesions suggesting hemorrhages. Contrast-enhanced T1-WI in axial (h and i) and coronal (j) plane foci patchy to no enhancement with the white matter lesions

Figure 1: Contrast enhanced MRI (May 12, 2016). Axial T2-WI (a-c) show hyperintense lesions in right middle cerebellar peduncle (arrow in a), bilateral cerebellar white matter (arrow-head in a), right periatrial and peri-insular white matter (b) and subcortical white matter of both frontal lobes (c). Diffusion-weighted images (d, e) show peripheral diffusion restriction in left posterior frontal lesion (arrow in e), SWI (f and g) show multiple hypointense foci within T2-hyperintense lesions suggesting hemorrhages. Contrast-enhanced T1-WI in axial (h and i) and coronal (j) plane foci patchy to no enhancement with the white matter lesions