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Figure 1 (A and B): (A) A 7-day-old, full-term neonate with history of seizures. Area of signal abnormality noted in the lentiform nuclei, thalami (short arrow, a and c) and in the perirolandic gyri (arrow, b and d) bilaterally, which appeared hyperintense on T1WI and hypointense on T2WI, not showing restricted diffusion. Absent posterior limb sign was also seen (long arrow, a and c). (B) Areas of restriction diffusion were noted bilaterally in the fronto-parieto-temporo-occipital subcortical white matter and corona radiate (arrow e, i), posterior limbs of both the internal capsule (long arrow f, j),the entire corpus callosum (short arrow in f,g,j,k) and anteromedial midbrain (arrow h,I)

Figure 1 (A and B): (A) A 7-day-old, full-term neonate with history of seizures. Area of signal abnormality noted in the lentiform nuclei, thalami (short arrow, a and c) and in the perirolandic gyri (arrow, b and d) bilaterally, which appeared hyperintense on T1WI and hypointense on T2WI, not showing restricted diffusion. Absent posterior limb sign was also seen (long arrow, a and c). (B) Areas of restriction diffusion were noted bilaterally in the fronto-parieto-temporo-occipital subcortical white matter and corona radiate (arrow e, i), posterior limbs of both the internal capsule (long arrow f, j),the entire corpus callosum (short arrow in f,g,j,k) and anteromedial midbrain (arrow h,I)