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Figure 2: Axial computed tomography (CT) (a-e), positron emission tomography (PET) (f-j), and fused positron emission tomography-computed tomography (k-o) images showing multiple focal areas of hypermetabolism in bilateral fronto-parieto-temporal and cingulate cortices with globally reduced globally reduced FDG uptake in rest of the bilateral cerebral, cerebellar, and subcortical regions, without any obvious abnormality on the computed tomography (CT) images that were likely to be of inflammatory etiology

Figure 2: Axial computed tomography (CT) (a-e), positron emission tomography (PET) (f-j), and fused positron emission tomography-computed tomography (k-o) images showing multiple focal areas of hypermetabolism in bilateral fronto-parieto-temporal and cingulate cortices with globally reduced globally reduced FDG uptake in rest of the bilateral cerebral, cerebellar, and subcortical regions, without any obvious abnormality on the computed tomography (CT) images that were likely to be of inflammatory etiology