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Figure 1: T2 and flair axial magnetic resonance images of the brain showing hyperintensity in the left occipital region (a and d, arrows) and brachium of inferior colliculus bilaterally (b and e, arrows), also seen on the T2 coronal image (c, arrows), with increased signal intensity on diffusion-weighted images (f, arrows)

Figure 1: T2 and flair axial magnetic resonance images of the brain showing hyperintensity in the left occipital region (a and d, arrows) and brachium of inferior colliculus bilaterally (b and e, arrows), also seen on the T2 coronal image (c, arrows), with increased signal intensity on diffusion-weighted images (f, arrows)