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Figure 18 (A-E): Aspergillosis. An 11-year-old female, K/C/O acute myeloid leukemia, presented with headache. Post-contrast T1W image (A): multiple ring-enhancing lesions in the cerebral hemispheres (single arrows), body of corpus callosum (double arrows), and right basal ganglia (arrowhead). T1W image (B): core- hypointense (*), rim- hyperintense (arrow). T2W image (C): core- hyperintense (*), rimhypointense (arrow), perilesional edema (arrowhead). GRE image (D): hemorrhagic foci in the walls and cores of lesions (arrows). Granulomas show restricted diffusion (arrows) on DWI (E). Histopathology: multiple Aspergillus hyphae and central necrosis

Figure 18 (A-E): Aspergillosis. An 11-year-old female, K/C/O acute myeloid leukemia, presented with headache. Post-contrast T1W image (A): multiple ring-enhancing lesions in the cerebral hemispheres (single arrows), body of corpus callosum (double arrows), and right basal ganglia (arrowhead). T1W image (B): core- hypointense (*), rim- hyperintense (arrow). T2W image (C): core- hyperintense (*), rimhypointense (arrow), perilesional edema (arrowhead). GRE image (D): hemorrhagic foci in the walls and cores of lesions (arrows). Granulomas show restricted diffusion (arrows) on DWI (E). Histopathology: multiple Aspergillus hyphae and central necrosis