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Figure 5 (A-D): Maple syrup urine disease – A 4-day-old infant presented with lethargy, poor feeding convulsions, bulging fontanelle, and irregular respiration. (A) Axial T2WI shows hyperintensity in the cerebellar white matter, dentate nuclei, pyramidal tracts (white arrows), and dorsal pons. DWI (B) and ADC (C) map shows diffusion restriction in the described areas. (D) MRS at TE 135 ms shows prominent amino acid peaks at 0.9 ppm (white arrow)

Figure 5 (A-D): Maple syrup urine disease – A 4-day-old infant presented with lethargy, poor feeding convulsions, bulging fontanelle, and irregular respiration. (A) Axial T2WI shows hyperintensity in the cerebellar white matter, dentate nuclei, pyramidal tracts <i>(white arrows)</i>, and dorsal pons. DWI (B) and ADC (C) map shows diffusion restriction in the described areas. (D) MRS at TE 135 ms shows prominent amino acid peaks at 0.9 ppm <i>(white arrow)</i>