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Figure 1 (A-D): Krabbe's disease – A 2-year-old girl presented with hyperirritability, hypertonia, fever, and developmental regression with cognitive decline and nystagmus for the past 6 months. CT (not shown) showed bilateral hyperdense thalami. (A) Axial T2WI shows symmetrical hyperintensity in bilateral dentate nuclei (white arrows), (B) with subtle signal changes in the posterior limb of internal capsules and (C) corona radiata. (D) Coronal T2WI shows hypertrophy of the right half of optic chiasma (white arrow). No postcontrast enhancement was noted in this case (not shown)

Figure 1 (A-D): Krabbe's disease – A 2-year-old girl presented with hyperirritability, hypertonia, fever, and developmental regression with cognitive decline and nystagmus for the past 6 months. CT (not shown) showed bilateral hyperdense thalami. (A) Axial T2WI shows symmetrical hyperintensity in bilateral dentate nuclei <i>(white arrows)</i>, (B) with subtle signal changes in the posterior limb of internal capsules and (C) corona radiata. (D) Coronal T2WI shows hypertrophy of the right half of optic chiasma <i>(white arrow)</i>. No postcontrast enhancement was noted in this case (not shown)