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Figure 1: (a-d): Axial FLAIR MRI images at presentation (top row: a, b) and follow up (bottom row: c, d). MRI at presentation (a, b) shows hyperintense signal and edema in the deep grey nuclei and cerebral cortices. Cerebral cortical edema is asymmetric and prominent on the right side at the vertex (arrows). Also seen is left frontal subcortical edema (arrow head). MRI at follow up (c, d) shows complete resolution of signal alteration and edema

Figure 1: (a-d): Axial FLAIR MRI images at presentation (top row: a, b) and follow up (bottom row: c, d). MRI at presentation (a, b) shows hyperintense signal and edema in the deep grey nuclei and cerebral cortices. Cerebral cortical edema is asymmetric and prominent on the right side at the vertex (arrows). Also seen is left frontal subcortical edema (arrow head). MRI at follow up (c, d) shows complete resolution of signal alteration and edema