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From: Acute cerebellitis in adults: a case report and review of the literature

Fig. 1

Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of our case, consistent with cerebellitis and hydrocephalus. From left to right, up to down: a FLAIR sequence, showing hyperintense cerebellar hemispheres. b T1 sequence, showing hypointense cerebellar hemispheres. c T1 sequence with gadolinium, showing leptomeningeal enhancement of the cerebellum. d Diffusion sequence, showing restrictive diffusion of the cerebellar hemispheres. e FLAIR sequence, showing enlarged lateral ventricles. f FLAIR sequence, showing enlarged temporal horns with transependymal oedema, as sign of increased intraventricular pressure

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