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Figure 4 (A, B): Krabbe's disease. A 4-year-old girl presented with abnormal gait and dragging of foot. MRI shows increased signal intensity along the pathway of the pyramidal tract in the centrum semiovale, corona radiata, posterior limb of internal capsule (arrows in A), crus cerebri (double arrows in B), and pons bilaterally on FLAIR (A) and T2-weighted images (B). Similar signals are seen in the peritrigonal white matter bilaterally (arrowheads in A) and splenium of corpus callosum (double arrows in A)

Figure 4 (A, B): Krabbe's disease. A 4-year-old girl presented with abnormal gait and dragging of foot. MRI shows increased signal intensity along the pathway of the pyramidal tract in the centrum semiovale, corona radiata, posterior limb of internal capsule (arrows in A), crus cerebri (double arrows in B), and pons bilaterally on FLAIR (A) and T2-weighted images (B). Similar signals are seen in the peritrigonal white matter bilaterally (arrowheads in A) and splenium of corpus callosum (double arrows in A)