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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging brain axial section: at 10th week from initial admission (a) T2-weighted image, (b) Fluidattenuated inversion recovery image, (c) Contrast-enhanced image showing an increase in the lesion burden and edema since the last magnetic resonance imaging. At second readmission (20th week from 1st admission), there was a significant reduction in lesion burden and parenchymal edema as seen in (d) T2-weighted image and (e) Fluidattenuated inversion recovery

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging brain axial section: at 10<sup>th</sup> week from initial admission (a) T2-weighted image, (b) Fluidattenuated inversion recovery image, (c) Contrast-enhanced image showing an increase in the lesion burden and edema since the last magnetic resonance imaging. At second readmission (20<sup>th</sup> week from 1<sup>st</sup> admission), there was a significant reduction in lesion burden and parenchymal edema as seen in (d) T2-weighted image and (e) Fluidattenuated inversion recovery