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Figure 1: Non-contrast computed tomography of head (a) Axial shows diffuse enlargement of left cerebral hemisphere (*) with midline shift towards right while the right hemisphere is normal. Non-contrast magnetic resonance imaging T2W (b) Images (axial) show diffuse gyral thickening (thin arrow) in the left cerebrum causing midline shift and scalloping of inner table (arrow head) of left calvarium. White matter in both cerebral hemispheres show normal myelination. Linear hyperintensities involving the subcortical U fibers of left fronto-parietal region seen on fluid attenuation inversion recovery image (c) Post-gadolinium T1W image in axial plane (d) shows no abnormal enhancement

Figure 1: Non-contrast computed tomography of head (a) Axial shows diffuse enlargement of left cerebral hemisphere (*) with midline shift towards right while the right hemisphere is normal. Non-contrast magnetic resonance imaging T2W (b) Images (axial) show diffuse gyral thickening (thin arrow) in the left cerebrum causing midline shift and scalloping of inner table (arrow head) of left calvarium. White matter in both cerebral hemispheres show normal myelination. Linear hyperintensities involving the subcortical U fibers of left fronto-parietal region seen on fluid attenuation inversion recovery image (c) Post-gadolinium T1W image in axial plane (d) shows no abnormal enhancement