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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: MRI brain showed multiple lesions involving right and left frontal, right temporal, left temporal lobes with three to four small lesions in both cerebellar hemispheres. These lesions were hypo- to heterointense on T1-weighted images (a and e) and hyperintense on T2-weighted images (b-d). Portion of the left frontal lesion showed minimal enhancement on contrast studies (f). Signal changes in the left occipital region were due to infarct secondary to herniation. Follow-up MRI brain axial T2-weighted images performed 5 months after surgery showed post-operative signal changes in the left frontal and right temporal lobes with no recurrence. The remaining lesions in the left temporal and posterior fossa showed no increase in size

Figure 2: MRI brain showed multiple lesions involving right and left frontal, right temporal, left temporal lobes with three to four small lesions in both cerebellar hemispheres. These lesions were hypo- to heterointense on T1-weighted images (a and e) and hyperintense on T2-weighted images (b-d). Portion of the left frontal lesion showed minimal enhancement on contrast studies (f). Signal changes in the left occipital region were due to infarct secondary to herniation. Follow-up MRI brain axial T2-weighted images performed 5 months after surgery showed post-operative signal changes in the left frontal and right temporal lobes with no recurrence. The remaining lesions in the left temporal and posterior fossa showed no increase in size