The patient doesn't have any prior imaging. She doesn't have any focal neurologic symptoms and absence of the wallarian degeneration or the crossed cerebellar diaschisis. She has a chronic seizures (the right hippocampus and almost all the temporal lobe are replaced by extensive encephalomalacia and gliosis). The anatomical distribution could mimic post herpetic encephalitis, Rasmussen encephalitis and Dyke-Davidoff-Masson syndrome. DDMS is excluded because the patient had the encephalitis at the age of 10 and DDMS is a congenital occlusion of the MCA, here MCA is patent (intact flow void) and the patient doesn't have hemiplegia. Rasmussen encephalitis is a very rare unilateral encephalitis, predominately involving frontal, insular and parietal regions with contralateral cerebellar volume loss (crossed cerebellar diaschisis). Herpetic encephalitis can affect any age group, classically involve limbic system, insula, sub frontal area, and cingulate gyrus. The case was read as post encephalitis gliosis as per patient history. The cystic lesion in the pituitary is not fully assessed due to the lack of the contrast and the proper protocol to differentiate Rathke's cleft cyst from different cystic sellar lesions.