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Figure 2: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in different patients with different infections of the brain A, B: calcified granuloma involving the pons, suggestive of neurocysticercosis; C, D: bilateral thalamic T2 hyperintense signals in a patient with Japanese encephalitis. The patient’s video depicting chronic persistent dystonia is shown in Video 1 E, H: multiple contrast-enhanced lesions involving the thalamus, mid brain, and left parietal lobe in a patient with HIV–AIDS, with positive antitoxoplasma IgM and IgG antibody, suggestive of CNS toxoplasmosis; I–L: brain MRI of a patient with Creutzfeldt–Jakob Disease showing bilateral asymmetrical pulvinar as well as bilateral cerebral cortical gyral hyperintense signals

Figure 2: Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in different patients with different infections of the brain A, B: calcified granuloma involving the pons, suggestive of neurocysticercosis; C, D: bilateral thalamic T2 hyperintense signals in a patient with Japanese encephalitis. The patient’s video depicting chronic persistent dystonia is shown in Video 1 E, H: multiple contrast-enhanced lesions involving the thalamus, mid brain, and left parietal lobe in a patient with HIV–AIDS, with positive antitoxoplasma IgM and IgG antibody, suggestive of CNS toxoplasmosis; I–L: brain MRI of a patient with Creutzfeldt–Jakob Disease showing bilateral asymmetrical pulvinar as well as bilateral cerebral cortical gyral hyperintense signals