Headaches, fever, and cerebellar ataxia with an abnormal EEG.
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The MRI sequences demonstrate areas of cortical hyperintensity on FLAIR, and T2WI involving the cerebellar hemispheres, and vermis which does not show restricted diffusion on DWI/ADC.
The clinical presentation and MRI features are most consistent with an acute cerebellitis.
Additional contributor: R. Bouguelaa, MD
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