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Figure 1 :(A-D)MRI. Axial diffusion-weighted (b1000) image (A) shows significant restriction of diffusion (arrows) in the frontal lobe white matter. The corresponding ADC image (B) shows decreased ADC, as evident by the dark signal (arrows) in the region of reduced diffusion (ADC: 350 – 380 10-3 mm2/s). Axial FLAIR image (C) shows no significant changes in the region of reduced diffusion. Follow-up MRI (diffusion-weighted imaging) after 3 days (D) shows resolution of the white matter changes

Figure 1 :(A-D)MRI. Axial diffusion-weighted (b1000) image (A) shows significant restriction of diffusion (arrows) in the frontal lobe white matter. The corresponding ADC image (B) shows decreased ADC, as evident by the dark signal (arrows) in the region of reduced diffusion (ADC: 350 – 380 10-3 mm2/s). Axial FLAIR image (C) shows no significant changes in the region of reduced diffusion. Follow-up MRI (diffusion-weighted imaging) after 3 days (D) shows resolution of the white matter changes