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Figure 3: (a) Thrombosed superficial cortical veins with hemorrhagic infarct (right). (b) Coronal: Large left parietal cortical subcortical hemorrhagic infarct. Inset histology: Thrombosed veins in subarachnoid space (H and E, ×Obj 5). (c) Axial (mid brain superior colliculus) tuberculoma in substantia nigra (arrow). (d) Histology: Cerebral cortex showing dense exudate along the sulcus entrapping the vessels with adjacent hemorrhage (H and E, ×Obj 2.5). Inset-Exudate with acid fast mycobacteria (Ziehl-neelsen ×Obj 40). (e) A pontine tuberculoma (corresponding to coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery imaging (H and E, ×Obj 5)

Figure 3: (a) Thrombosed superficial cortical veins with hemorrhagic infarct (right). (b) Coronal: Large left parietal cortical subcortical hemorrhagic infarct. Inset histology: Thrombosed veins in subarachnoid space (H and E, ×Obj 5). (c) Axial (mid brain superior colliculus) tuberculoma in substantia nigra (arrow). (d) Histology: Cerebral cortex showing dense exudate along the sulcus entrapping the vessels with adjacent hemorrhage (H and E, ×Obj 2.5). Inset-Exudate with acid fast mycobacteria (Ziehl-neelsen ×Obj 40). (e) A pontine tuberculoma (corresponding to coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery imaging (H and E, ×Obj 5)