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Figure 8 (A-D): Glutaric aciduria type-1 a 1½-year-old boy presented with developmental regression after an episode of febrile seizures at 9 months of age. Axial T2WI reveals hyperintense signal changes in the central tegmental tracts (A) (white arrowheads), brainstem (B) (white arrows), and globus pallidus (C) (white arrows), with wide open sylvian fissures. (D) Coronal T2WI shows hyperintensity in lobar white matter and dentate nuclei (white arrowheads)

Figure 8 (A-D): Glutaric aciduria type-1 a 1½-year-old boy presented with developmental regression after an episode of febrile seizures at 9 months of age. Axial T2WI reveals hyperintense signal changes in the central tegmental tracts (A) <i>(white arrowheads)</i>, brainstem (B) <i>(white arrows)</i>, and globus pallidus (C) <i>(white arrows)</i>, with wide open sylvian fissures. (D) Coronal T2WI shows hyperintensity in lobar white matter and dentate nuclei <i>(white arrowheads)</i>