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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging at 31 days after injury of the 2-year-old girl who experienced cardiac arrest after cold water drowning. Note: (A) Axial fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image at the level of the basal ganglia at 31 days post-drowning, showing subtle persistent diffuse signal irregularities in the gray and white matter (yellow arrows), diffuse gray matter atrophy (enlarged sulcal spaces), and white matter atrophy (enlarged lateral and third ventricles); (B) Coronal T2 image at the level of the thalami 31 days post-drowning, showing gray matter atrophy with increased cerebro-spinal fluid spaces at temporal and parietal lobes (green arrows) and cerebellar lobes (red arrows), and white matter atrophy with thinned corpus callosum (yellow arrow) and enlarged ventricles.

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging at 31 days after injury of the 2-year-old girl who experienced cardiac arrest after cold water drowning.
Note: (A) Axial fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image at the level of the basal ganglia at 31 days post-drowning, showing subtle persistent diffuse signal irregularities in the gray and white matter (yellow arrows), diffuse gray matter atrophy (enlarged sulcal spaces), and white matter atrophy (enlarged lateral and third ventricles); (B) Coronal T2 image at the level of the thalami 31 days post-drowning, showing gray matter atrophy with increased cerebro-spinal fluid spaces at temporal and parietal lobes (green arrows) and cerebellar lobes (red arrows), and white matter atrophy with thinned corpus callosum (yellow arrow) and enlarged ventricles.