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Figure 13 Case no. 4. Selected axial FLAIR (a, b), sagittal T1 WI (c), axial T1 WI (d), and selected axial T2 WIs (e, f) cuts revealed patchy areas of abnormal high T2 and FLAIR signal are seen in deep white matter periventricular regions of both cerebral hemispheres associated with reduced bilateral peri-trigonal white matter volume and irregular tenting of atria of lateral ventricles. Partial thinning out of the posterior corpus callosum (arrowed), likely representing sequelae of peri-natal hypoxic/ischemic insult (Partial prolonged type).

Figure 13 Case no. 4. Selected axial FLAIR (a, b), sagittal T1 WI (c), axial T1 WI (d), and selected axial T2 WIs (e, f) cuts revealed patchy areas of abnormal high T2 and FLAIR signal are seen in deep white matter periventricular regions of both cerebral hemispheres associated with reduced bilateral peri-trigonal white matter volume and irregular tenting of atria of lateral ventricles. Partial thinning out of the posterior corpus callosum (arrowed), likely representing sequelae of peri-natal hypoxic/ischemic insult (Partial prolonged type).