Case of the Month: January 2013, Page 2

Answer(s):
B) 50 year old male with rapidly progressive dementia and myoclonic jerks, and
C) 54 year old male with recent MI

Findings:
FLAIR signal abnormality (left) and restricted diffusion (right) in the bilateral caudate nuclei, putamen of the lentiform nuclei, insular cortices, and temporal/ parietal lobe cortices.

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