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Figure 1: Axial magnetic resonance imaging of the brain showing (a) a large area of altered mixed signal intensity involving left fronto-temporo-parietal region causing mass effect in form of effacement of surrounding sulcal spaces, compression of ipsilateral lateral ventricle and mid line shift of 1.7 cm to the right. (b) The lesion was iso- to hyper-intense on T1-weighted and T2-weighted images. (c) Extensive surrounding edema (fluid ATTENUATED inversion recovery image). (d) Blooming on susceptibility-weighted imaging, but no postcontrast enhancement (not shown). (e-h) Similar morphology small lesions were noted in left cerebellar and left frontal parasagittal region (not shown)

Figure 1: Axial magnetic resonance imaging of the brain showing (a) a large area of altered mixed signal intensity involving left fronto-temporo-parietal region causing mass effect in form of effacement of surrounding sulcal spaces, compression of ipsilateral lateral ventricle and mid line shift of 1.7 cm to the right. (b) The lesion was iso- to hyper-intense on T1-weighted and T2-weighted images. (c) Extensive surrounding edema (fluid ATTENUATED inversion recovery image). (d) Blooming on susceptibility-weighted imaging, but no postcontrast enhancement (not shown). (e-h) Similar morphology small lesions were noted in left cerebellar and left frontal parasagittal region (not shown)