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Figure 3 (A-D): A 10-year-old female was off therapy when she presented with gaze palsy and neck rigidity. These serial diffusion-weighted images of the patient depict the evolution of an infarct. eADC (A) and ADC (B) MRI images show an area of restricted diffusion (arrow) in the right parieto-occipital region suggestive of an acute infarct. eADC (C) and ADC (D) MRI images show evidence of parenchymal atrophy, prominence of subarachnoid space, and facilitated diffusion in the white matter (arrow), suggestive of gliosis in the same region

Figure 3 (A-D): A 10-year-old female was off therapy when she presented with gaze palsy and neck rigidity. These serial diffusion-weighted images of the patient depict the evolution of an infarct. eADC (A) and ADC (B) MRI images show an area of restricted diffusion (arrow) in the right parieto-occipital region suggestive of an acute infarct. eADC (C) and ADC (D) MRI images show evidence of parenchymal atrophy, prominence of subarachnoid space, and facilitated diffusion in the white matter (arrow), suggestive of gliosis in the same region