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Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance axial T1 (a), T2 (b), and fluid attenuated inversion recovery (c) images showing multifocal subcortical white matter lesions, iso-hypointense on T1, hyperintense in T2 and fluid attenuated inversion recovery (arrows). Coronal T1-weighted image (d) showing focal hyperintense lesions in the right inferior frontal (long arrow) and superior temporal (short arrow) subcortical white matter, which (long and short arrows) enhanced in postgadolinium coronal T1-weighted image (f). Postgadolinium axial T1-weighted (e) images showing patchy subcortical enhancement (arrow) in the right cerebral hemisphere. Axial and coronal positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance fusion images revealed hypometabolism in the right cerebral hemisphere (g and h)

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance axial T1 (a), T2 (b), and fluid attenuated inversion recovery (c) images showing multifocal subcortical white matter lesions, iso-hypointense on T1, hyperintense in T2 and fluid attenuated inversion recovery (arrows). Coronal T1-weighted image (d) showing focal hyperintense lesions in the right inferior frontal (long arrow) and superior temporal (short arrow) subcortical white matter, which (long and short arrows) enhanced in postgadolinium coronal T1-weighted image (f). Postgadolinium axial T1-weighted (e) images showing patchy subcortical enhancement (arrow) in the right cerebral hemisphere. Axial and coronal positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance fusion images revealed hypometabolism in the right cerebral hemisphere (g and h)