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Figure 1: (a) The T2-weighted (T2W) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) axial image of brain reveals multiple tiny hypointense lesions with few cystic lesions in bilateral cerebral hemispheres. A small cystic lesion is also noted in right perimesencephalic cistern. (b) Small hypointense lesion is seen along the retina of left eyeball on T2W coronal image. (c) A "V-shaped" membranous structure is seen within the left eyeball on T2W axial image suggestive of retinal detachment. (d) Abnormal T2W hyperintense signal is seen in the left ocular lens due to cataract formation

Figure 1: (a) The T2-weighted (T2W) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) axial image of brain reveals multiple tiny hypointense lesions with few cystic lesions in bilateral cerebral hemispheres. A small cystic lesion is also noted in right perimesencephalic cistern. (b) Small hypointense lesion is seen along the retina of left eyeball on T2W coronal image. (c) A