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Hyperintensities in parietotemporal gray matter and subcortical white matter in eastern equine encephalitis (MRI)

Axial FLAIR from a brain MRI scan of a 3.5-year-old girl with eastern equine encephalitis on hospital day 3. The abnormal T2 hyperintense regions are most prominent in the right parietotemporal gray matter (arrow) and subcortical white matter but are also seen scattered throughout. (Source: Silverman MA, Misasi J, Smole S, et al. Eastern equine encephalitis in children, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, USA, 1970-2010. Emerg Infect Dis 2013;19[2]:194-201. Public domain.)