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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing foci of altered signal on the T1 - weighted (a and b) and T2 - weighted images (c and d) in cerebral hemispheres, suggesting evolving ischemic foci. Lesions in right thalamus show restricted diffusion on apparent diffusion coefficient maps (e and f). Susceptibility weighted imaging (g and h), shows areas of "blooming" low signal foci involving mainly the superficial subcortical areas of bilateral cerebral hemispheres, with only few lesions in deep gray matter and brainstem (which were occult on conventional MRI). These do not confirm to the typical pattern of hypertensive bleed or hemorrhagic transformation of posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing foci of altered signal on the T1 - weighted (a and b) and T2 - weighted images (c and d) in cerebral hemispheres, suggesting evolving ischemic foci. Lesions in right thalamus show restricted diffusion on apparent diffusion coefficient maps (e and f). Susceptibility weighted imaging (g and h), shows areas of