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Figure 1: (a–f) Axial gradient-echo (a, d) and T2-weighted (b, e) magnetic resonance imaging at presentation showing CCMs in the cerebral sulci appearing isointense on gradient-echo and hypointense on T2-weighted sequence. (c) Magnified view of the boxed area in b. (f) Magnified view of the boxed area in e. (g) Axial T2-weighted image at presentation showing cerebral edema in the left temporal lobe (asterisk) and its magnified view (inset). (h) Axial T2-weighted MRI taken 9 months later showing resolution of cerebral edema and emergence of parenchymal CCM (arrow) with their magnified view (inset).

Figure 1: (a–f) Axial gradient-echo (a, d) and T2-weighted (b, e) magnetic resonance imaging at presentation showing CCMs in the cerebral sulci appearing isointense on gradient-echo and hypointense on T2-weighted sequence. (c) Magnified view of the boxed area in b. (f) Magnified view of the boxed area in e. (g) Axial T2-weighted image at presentation showing cerebral edema in the left temporal lobe (asterisk) and its magnified view (inset). (h) Axial T2-weighted MRI taken 9 months later showing resolution of cerebral edema and emergence of parenchymal CCM (arrow) with their magnified view (inset).