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Figure 2: The neuroimaging of a 14-year-girl with cNCC, who was well controlled on single antiepileptic drug. (A) On NCCT, the lesion appeared uniformly hyperdense, noted in the left parietal region. (B) On phase image extracted from the SWAN imaging, the cyst showed both positive and negative phases consistent with a calcified lesion with scolex. (C) On an axial T2-weighted fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image, the cyst appeared hypointense without perilesional abnormality. (D) Volumetric image showing right hippocampal volume 2.121 cm3. (E) Left hippocampal volume was 1.217 cm3 suggesting that atrophy as the percentage asymmetry is more than 20%

Figure 2: The neuroimaging of a 14-year-girl with cNCC, who was well controlled on single antiepileptic drug. (A) On NCCT, the lesion appeared uniformly hyperdense, noted in the left parietal region. (B) On phase image extracted from the SWAN imaging, the cyst showed both positive and negative phases consistent with a calcified lesion with scolex. (C) On an axial T2-weighted fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image, the cyst appeared hypointense without perilesional abnormality. (D) Volumetric image showing right hippocampal volume 2.121 cm<sup>3</sup>. (E) Left hippocampal volume was 1.217 cm<sup>3</sup> suggesting that atrophy as the percentage asymmetry is more than 20%