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Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced MRI of the brain showing multiple well-defined ring-enhancing lesions of varying sizes are noted in bilateral (right > left) cerebral hemispheres, right ganglio-capsulo-thalamic region, superior cerebellar vermis, and upper cervical cord. Perilesional edema is noted adjacent to the right fronto-temporoparietal and ganglio-capsular lesions extending to the pons and the cervical cord (arrow)

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced MRI of the brain showing multiple well-defined ring-enhancing lesions of varying sizes are noted in bilateral (right > left) cerebral hemispheres, right ganglio-capsulo-thalamic region, superior cerebellar vermis, and upper cervical cord. Perilesional edema is noted adjacent to the right fronto-temporoparietal and ganglio-capsular lesions extending to the pons and the cervical cord (arrow)