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Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance image (MRI) (FLAIR axial, TR = 8000 ms, TE = 95 ms) of the first patient shows severe brain atrophy with encephalomalacic changes in both cerebral hemispheres. (b) Sagittal MRI (T1 sagittal, TR = 345 ms, TE = 10 ms) of the first patient demonstrates no mass lesion in the pituitary gland

Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance image (MRI) (FLAIR axial, TR = 8000 ms, TE = 95 ms) of the first patient shows severe brain atrophy with encephalomalacic changes in both cerebral hemispheres. (b) Sagittal MRI (T1 sagittal, TR = 345 ms, TE = 10 ms) of the first patient demonstrates no mass lesion in the pituitary gland