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Typical lesions in acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

Axial FLAIR image demonstrating patchy areas of increased signal involving the bilateral putamen, caudate, thalami, and subcortical white mater. Lesions are large with ill-defined margins. (Contributed by Dr. Brenda Banwell.)

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