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Fig. 2

From: Cerebral sparganosis presenting with atypical postcontrast magnetic resonance imaging findings: a case report and literature review

Fig. 2

Cranial postcontrast MRI obtained at the onset of headache revealed an irregular enhancement lesion with perifocal edema in the right frontal lobe (a) and tunnel sign involving the bilateral brain (b). Postcontrast MRI performed after the second two-day praziquantel treatment, the irregular enhancement lesion was obviously reduced (c) and tunnel sign was almost invisible (d)

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