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Figure 2: Tc-99m glucohepatonate single-photon emission computed tomography done after 1 week of magnetic resonance-positron emission tomography. Single-photon emission computed tomography image (a) and fused single-photon emission computed tomography/ computed tomography (b) acquired post-Tc-99m glucohepatonate injection showing uptake corresponding to the areas of enhancement on magnetic resonance imaging (white arrow in a and black arrow in b). Note that the areas of gyral uptake seen on positron emission tomography images are no longer appreciated

Figure 2: Tc-99m glucohepatonate single-photon emission computed tomography done after 1 week of magnetic resonance-positron emission tomography. Single-photon emission computed tomography image (a) and fused single-photon emission computed tomography/ computed tomography (b) acquired post-Tc-99m glucohepatonate injection showing uptake corresponding to the areas of enhancement on magnetic resonance imaging (white arrow in a and black arrow in b). Note that the areas of gyral uptake seen on positron emission tomography images are no longer appreciated