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Figure 1: T2W axial section at the level of basal ganglia - Cystic encephalomalacic changes in bilateral cerebral parenchyma and atrophy of bilateral basal ganglia with chronic lacunar infarctions (white arrow) in bilateral thalami (Right thalamic infarct is not shown in this image) (a); axial T2W sections of brain showing ventriculomegaly and diffuse cystic encephalomalacia changes in bilateral fronto parietal white matter. Focal pachygyria is also seen in bilateral frontal region (yellow arrows) along with subdural hygroma in right fronto-parietal & left occipital region (bold white arrow) (b)

Figure 1:  T2W axial section at the level of basal ganglia - Cystic encephalomalacic changes in bilateral cerebral parenchyma and atrophy of bilateral basal ganglia with chronic lacunar infarctions (white arrow) in bilateral thalami (Right thalamic infarct is not shown in this image) (a); axial T2W sections of brain showing ventriculomegaly and diffuse cystic encephalomalacia changes in bilateral fronto parietal white matter. Focal pachygyria is also seen in bilateral frontal region (yellow arrows) along with subdural hygroma in right fronto-parietal & left occipital region (bold white arrow) (b)