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Figure 6(A-F): Axial FLAIR (A) reveals multiple non-enhancing white matter hyperintensities in bilateral periventricular region (white arrow) with bilateral fronto-parietal hypometabolism (white thick arrows) on axial PET (B) and fused PET/MRI (C) Axial SWI revealed multiple subcortical and deep old hemorrhagic residua in bilateral cerebral hemispheres (D) and cerebellum (F) In addition, left occipital lobe chronic infarct and gliosis was noted (white arrowhead) (D) and corresponding hypometabolism on axial fused PET/MRI image (white arrowhead) (E) These findings favored vascular dementia than AD

Figure 6(A-F): Axial FLAIR (A) reveals multiple non-enhancing white matter hyperintensities in bilateral periventricular region (white arrow) with bilateral fronto-parietal hypometabolism (white thick arrows) on axial PET (B) and fused PET/MRI (C) Axial SWI revealed multiple subcortical and deep old hemorrhagic residua in bilateral cerebral hemispheres (D) and cerebellum (F) In addition, left occipital lobe chronic infarct and gliosis was noted (white arrowhead) (D) and corresponding hypometabolism on axial fused PET/MRI image (white arrowhead) (E) These findings favored vascular dementia than AD