Neurol India Close
 

Figure 2: Wernicke encephalopathy. Case 5: (a and b) axial FLAIR showing symmetrical hyperintensity in the mamillary bodies (arrows-A) and thalami (arrows-B). Case 6: (c) axial T2 shows tectal hyperintensity (arrow); (d) axial DWI shows restriction in bilateral medial thalami (arrows). Case 8: (e and f) axial DWI and ADC showing restriction in mamillary bodies (short arrow) and tectum (long arrows). Case 9: (g) axial FLAIR showing hyperintensity in the periaqueductal grey matter (arrow); (h) axial DWI image shows restriction in both medial thalami (short arrows) and right basal ganglia (long arrow)

Figure 2: Wernicke encephalopathy. Case 5: (a and b) axial FLAIR showing symmetrical hyperintensity in the mamillary bodies (arrows-A) and thalami (arrows-B). Case 6: (c) axial T2 shows tectal hyperintensity (arrow); (d) axial DWI shows restriction in bilateral medial thalami (arrows). Case 8: (e and f) axial DWI and ADC showing restriction in mamillary bodies (short arrow) and tectum (long arrows). Case 9: (g) axial FLAIR showing hyperintensity in the periaqueductal grey matter (arrow); (h) axial DWI image shows restriction in both medial thalami (short arrows) and right basal ganglia (long arrow)