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Figure 1: (a-c) Tuberculoma at the midbrain level iso and hypo intense on T1 and T2 respectively. (d and e) Hemorrhagic infarct at thalamus (right) and caudate nucleus. Axial section of the brain, (f) right thalamic hemorrhagic lesion extending from splenium through thalamus up to midbrain. (g) Right rostral pontine hemorrhagic lesion extending to the fourth ventricle. (h) Mid pontine level thrombosed vein (white arrow) and tuberculoma (right) (black arrow). (i) Microphotograph: Thromobosed veins and arteries entrapped in fibrin rich inflammatory exudate and extending into brain stem (H and E, ×Obj 2.5)

Figure 1: (a-c) Tuberculoma at the midbrain level iso and hypo intense on T1 and T2 respectively. (d and e) Hemorrhagic infarct at thalamus (right) and caudate nucleus. Axial section of the brain, (f) right thalamic hemorrhagic lesion extending from splenium through thalamus up to midbrain. (g) Right rostral pontine hemorrhagic lesion extending to the fourth ventricle. (h) Mid pontine level thrombosed vein (white arrow) and tuberculoma (right) (black arrow). (i) Microphotograph: Thromobosed veins and arteries entrapped in fibrin rich inflammatory exudate and extending into brain stem (H and E, ×Obj 2.5)