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Figure 2 : CT and MRI performanceo fIM (a) Cranial CT scanning showed: The nasal cavity and sinus showed a broader inflammation (black arrow). (b) Normal cranial CT scanning showed: The medial rectus and lacrimal gland of the right eye, as well as the swollen right periorbital soft tissue (white arrow). (c) Cranial CT showed the slabby low density area of the frontal lobe's underside in the acute phase (white arrow). (d) Normal cranial MRI scanning showed T1-weighted images (coronal) during the third week of onset. (e) The T2-weighted image showed (axial): That the underside of the bilateral frontal lobes had uneven long T1 and T2 signals, the boundary was unclear, the structures had been destroyed, the sulcus and gyrus were not clear, and the peri-lesion area had edema (white arrows). (f) Cranial MRI (sagittal) in the fifth week of hospitalization. (g) Coronal enhanced scanning showed: That the lesion appeared as a uniform annular enhancement (white arrow)

Figure 2 : CT and MRI performanceo fIM (a) Cranial CT scanning showed: The nasal cavity and sinus showed a broader inflammation (black arrow). (b) Normal cranial CT scanning showed: The medial rectus and lacrimal gland of the right eye, as well as the swollen right periorbital soft tissue (white arrow). (c) Cranial CT showed the slabby low density area of the frontal lobe's underside in the acute phase (white arrow). (d) Normal cranial MRI scanning showed T1-weighted images (coronal) during the third week of onset. (e) The T2-weighted image showed (axial): That the underside of the bilateral frontal lobes had uneven long T1 and T2 signals, the boundary was unclear, the structures had been destroyed, the sulcus and gyrus were not clear, and the peri-lesion area had edema (white arrows). (f) Cranial MRI (sagittal) in the fifth week of hospitalization. (g) Coronal enhanced scanning showed: That the lesion appeared as a uniform annular enhancement (white arrow)