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Enhancement and high FLAIR signal in the basal cisterns (best seen at the level of the midbrain and pons) is classical for tuberculous meningitis. Ventricular dilatation is stable and compatible with communicating hydrocephalus secondary to tuberculous meningitis. High FLAIR signal at the vertex is non-specific and can be seen in the setting of meningitis or hyperoxygenation.