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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) images at initial presentation. (a) Diffusion-weighted MRI showing abnormally high signal intensity along the left optic nerve (arrow), consistent with optic nerve infarction. (b) Axial view of T2-FLAIR sequence MRI showing multifocal cerebral infarctions (circled). (c) MR angiography showing blockage of the left ophthalmic artery, supraorbital artery, and supratrochlear artery (dashed arrow)

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) images at initial presentation. (a) Diffusion-weighted MRI showing abnormally high signal intensity along the left optic nerve (arrow), consistent with optic nerve infarction. (b) Axial view of T2-FLAIR sequence MRI showing multifocal cerebral infarctions (circled). (c) MR angiography showing blockage of the left ophthalmic artery, supraorbital artery, and supratrochlear artery (dashed arrow)