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Figure 2: Eighteen months old with encephalopathy (Case 5): (a) Axial T2W image reveals symmetrical lesions in the substantia nigra (arrows). (b) Axial T2W image reveals diffuse hyperintense signal in splenium of corpus callosum (short arrows) with symmetrical hyperintense signal involving the white matter (Black dotted arrows). (c and d) Corresponding diffusion-weighted imaging and apparent diffusion coefficient images reveal areas of restricted diffusion in white matter white dotted arrows) and corpus callosum (short arrows)

Figure 2: Eighteen months old with encephalopathy (Case 5): (a) Axial T2W image reveals symmetrical lesions in the substantia nigra (arrows). (b) Axial T2W image reveals diffuse hyperintense signal in splenium of corpus callosum (short arrows) with symmetrical hyperintense signal involving the white matter (Black dotted arrows). (c and d) Corresponding diffusion-weighted imaging and apparent diffusion coefficient images reveal areas of restricted diffusion in white matter white dotted arrows) and corpus callosum (short arrows)