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Figure 1: (Case 1): Axial MRI images show poorly defined lesson in the right frontal and parietal lobes. The lesions are predominantly hyperintense on T2 (a). The frontal lesion seems to extend into the Corpus callosum, local swelling and mass effect noted. The lesions show diffusion restriction at the periphery (b and c, orange arrows in Figure b). Peripheral post contrast enhancement is noted, complete rim of enhancement is noted in the smaller Right parietal lesion and only a portion of the posterior aspect of the lesion shows enhancement in the larger Frontal lesion (e and f, orange arrows in figure e)

Figure 1: (Case 1): Axial MRI images show poorly defined lesson in the right frontal and parietal lobes. The lesions are predominantly hyperintense on T2 (a). The frontal lesion seems to extend into the Corpus callosum, local swelling and mass effect noted. The lesions show diffusion restriction at the periphery (b and c, orange arrows in Figure b). Peripheral post contrast enhancement is noted, complete rim of enhancement is noted in the smaller Right parietal lesion and only a portion of the posterior aspect of the lesion shows enhancement in the larger Frontal lesion (e and f, orange arrows in figure e)