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From: Cerebral granulomatosis as a manifestation of Crohn’s disease

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MRI-imaging reveals progressive atrophy of the temporal structures (a, b) and a new signal increase of the corpora amygdaloidea and hippocampi in FLAIR weighted sequences (c) over the course of time. Several spots of cortical hyperintensities are present in FLAIR weighted imaging (d). A faint contrast enhancement can be detected in the bihemsipheric cortex (e) and the corpora amygdaloidea (c). Mesencephalic and cortical hemorrhage (f) suggest an inflammatory process with microvascular vasculitis or an infectious or granulomatous genesis as possible differential diagnoses

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