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Figure 2: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery imaging (FLAIR) high parietal: Thrombosed cortical veins as hypointense linear structures. (b) FLAIR: Multiple subcortical hyperintensities. Few hypointense lesions in the bilateral frontal subcortical location (black arrow) probably tuberculomas. (c) Coronal FLAIR image showing hyper intensity in the bilateral temporal and left parietal subcortical white matter and in the pons. (d) Diffusion weighted imaging and (e) Apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) map showing restricted diffusion in the right frontal sub cortical white matter. Note that not all the lesions which are hyperintense on diffusion weighted imaging are showing restricted diffusion on ADC

Figure 2: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery imaging (FLAIR) high parietal: Thrombosed cortical veins as hypointense linear structures. (b) FLAIR: Multiple subcortical hyperintensities. Few hypointense lesions in the bilateral frontal subcortical location (black arrow) probably tuberculomas. (c) Coronal FLAIR image showing hyper intensity in the bilateral temporal and left parietal subcortical white matter and in the pons. (d) Diffusion weighted imaging and (e) Apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) map showing restricted diffusion in the right frontal sub cortical white matter. Note that not all the lesions which are hyperintense on diffusion weighted imaging are showing restricted diffusion on ADC