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Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex for hemichorea
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    Etiology for the multiple chronic hemorrhagic foci could be multiple cavernous hemangiomas

    Dear Editor,

    After reviewing the images of the MRI of the brain in this paper we wish to add some pertinent observations.

    The right mid brain hemorrhagic focus appears hypointense on T1 and T2 weighted images with blooming artifact on the GRE T2-weighted image. It is more likely a chronic hemorrhagic focus than a sub-acute hemorrhage of 1 week duration. In addition to the right mid brain hemorrhagic lesion,...

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