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Figure 1: (A) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of Case 1 brain, which is a coronal T2-weighted image, shows evidence of lacunar hyperintense signals in both basal ganglia (caudate/lentiform nucleus). (B) MRI of Case 2 brain is an axial T2-weighted image showing evidence of hyperintense signal in the left thalamus. (C) MRI of Case 3 brain is an axial T2-weighted image revealing evidence of hyperintense signals, involving both gangliocapsular regions with peripheral blooming. Lacunar hyperintense signals are seen in both the thalami as well. (D) MRI of Case 4 brain is a sagittal T1-weighted image of the pons showing two lacunar infarcts

Figure 1: (A) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of Case 1 brain, which is a coronal T2-weighted image, shows evidence of lacunar hyperintense signals in both basal ganglia (caudate/lentiform nucleus). (B) MRI of Case 2 brain is an axial T2-weighted image showing evidence of hyperintense signal in the left thalamus. (C) MRI of Case 3 brain is an axial T2-weighted image revealing evidence of hyperintense signals, involving both gangliocapsular regions with peripheral blooming. Lacunar hyperintense signals are seen in both the thalami as well. (D) MRI of Case 4 brain is a sagittal T1-weighted image of the pons showing two lacunar infarcts