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Figure 1: Axial FLAIR sections of MRI performed at the onset of symptoms (a and b) during the eclamptic state, and on follow up at 13 months (c and d). The white arrows on a and b point to foci of acute cortical and subcortical signal abnormality with swelling in both posterior parietal lobes. On follow up, while the left sided changes resolve, on right side there is focal gliosis (c- circled) and atrophy (d-arrow) consistent with mature injury

Figure 1: Axial FLAIR sections of MRI performed at the onset of symptoms (a and b) during the eclamptic state, and on follow up at 13 months (c and d). The white arrows on a and b point to foci of acute cortical and subcortical signal abnormality with swelling in both posterior parietal lobes. On follow up, while the left sided changes resolve, on right side there is focal gliosis (c- circled) and atrophy (d-arrow) consistent with mature injury