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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: MRI scan showing T2-weighted and corresponding diffusion-weighted images. The images in the upper row (a-d) represent the initial MRI scan done at the time of presentation of symptoms of osmotic demyelination syndrome, which was unremarkable. Follow-up MRI (e-h) done 2 weeks after the initial MRI scan shows subtle hyperintensity in the basal ganglia, thalamus, and pons with restricted diffusion in the pons, consistent with the diagnosis of osmotic demyelination syndrome

Figure 1: MRI scan showing T2-weighted and corresponding diffusion-weighted images. The images in the upper row (a-d) represent the initial MRI scan done at the time of presentation of symptoms of osmotic demyelination syndrome, which was unremarkable. Follow-up MRI (e-h) done 2 weeks after the initial MRI scan shows subtle hyperintensity in the basal ganglia, thalamus, and pons with restricted diffusion in the pons, consistent with the diagnosis of osmotic demyelination syndrome