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Figure 20 (A-D): Gadolinium-based contrast agent deposition – A 15-year-old girl had relapsing remitting neurological illness and had undergone 11 MRIs in the last 4 years. (A and B) Axial T1WI shows hyperintensity in the dentate nuclei in the recent MRI (black arrow); no obvious signal change was noted in globus pallidus. Axial T2WI reveals signal change in the right posterior limb of internal capsule (C) white arrow) and periventricular white matter (white arrow)(D)

Figure 20 (A-D): Gadolinium-based contrast agent deposition – A 15-year-old girl had relapsing remitting neurological illness and had undergone 11 MRIs in the last 4 years. (A and B) Axial T1WI shows hyperintensity in the dentate nuclei in the recent MRI (<i>black arrow</i>); no obvious signal change was noted in globus pallidus. Axial T2WI reveals signal change in the right posterior limb of internal capsule (C) <i>white arrow</i>) and periventricular white matter (<i>white arrow</i>)(D)