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Fig. 1. Brain MRI shows a number of multifocal patchy T2 high signal intensity areas in the bilateral cerebral hemisphere (A) and a 4.5-cm-sized lesion with inner hemorrhage with subtle enhancement on the right posterior lobe in the T2 FLAIR (B) and DWI images (C). MRI: magnetic resonance imaging, FLAIR: fluid attenuated inversion recovery, DWI: diffusion-weighted imaging.
J Rheum Dis 2021;28:242~246 https://doi.org/10.4078/jrd.2021.28.4.242
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