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Figure 1: (a) Axial flair MRI brain scan showing ventricular enlargement with Evans's index >0.3, (b) T1 weighted coronal gadolinium enhanced MRI scan showing reduced callosal angle, (c) Axial flair MRI brain scan revealing enlarged lateral ventricles with bright signals in the surrounding white matter suggestive of transependymal edema, (d) Axial flair MRI Brain scan showing narrowing of the sulci and subarachnoid spaces over the high convexity and midline surface in the frontoparietal region of the brain

Figure 1: (a) Axial flair MRI brain scan showing ventricular enlargement with Evans's index >0.3, (b) T1 weighted coronal gadolinium enhanced MRI scan showing reduced callosal angle, (c) Axial flair MRI brain scan revealing enlarged lateral ventricles with bright signals in the surrounding white matter suggestive of transependymal edema, (d) Axial flair MRI Brain scan showing narrowing of the sulci and subarachnoid spaces over the high convexity and midline surface in the frontoparietal region of the brain