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Figure 2: (a) Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the brain reveals a filling defect in the superior sagittal sinus consistent with superior sagittal venous thrombosis; (b) Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the brain reveals a small area of right frontal hemorrhagic infarction resulting from venous thrombosis; (c) Magnetic resonance venography of the brain reveals transverse venous sinus thrombosis. Left transverse sinus narrowing represents a congenital anomaly; (d) Magnetic resonance venography of the brain reveals extensive sub acute superior saggital venous sinus thrombosis; (e and f) Repeat magnetic resonance venography 5 months later shows a complete recannalisation of the sagittal and transverse sinuses

Figure 2: (a) Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the brain reveals a filling defect in the superior sagittal sinus consistent with superior sagittal venous thrombosis; (b) Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the brain reveals a small area of right frontal hemorrhagic infarction resulting from venous thrombosis; (c) Magnetic resonance venography of the brain reveals transverse venous sinus thrombosis. Left transverse sinus narrowing represents a congenital anomaly; (d) Magnetic resonance venography of the brain reveals extensive sub acute superior saggital venous sinus thrombosis; (e and f) Repeat magnetic resonance venography 5 months later shows a complete recannalisation of the sagittal and transverse sinuses