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Figure 2: Axial magnetic resonance imaging, T2 (above row), and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (second row) images of brain show a well-defined hyperintense lesion in the region of basal ganglia involving the body of the right caudate nucleus, corresponding to the infarct seen on the computed tomography images

Figure 2: Axial magnetic resonance imaging, T2 (above row), and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (second row) images of brain show a well-defined hyperintense lesion in the region of basal ganglia involving the body of the right caudate nucleus, corresponding to the infarct seen on the computed tomography images