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Figure 1: Neuroimaging demonstrating radiographic findings that support the diagnosis of idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Sagittal (a), axial T2-weighted (b), axial T1-weighted (c), and right-eye maximization T2-weighted images (d) showing features suggestive of pseudotumor cerebri. Slight protrusion of the optic nerve head (d-black arrow), flattening of the posterior sclera (d-dark gray arrow), prominent subarachnoid space around the optic nerve (d-white arrow), and vertical tortuosity of the optic nerve (d-white gray) in the right optic nerve

Figure 1: Neuroimaging demonstrating radiographic findings that support the diagnosis of idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Sagittal (a), axial T2-weighted (b), axial T1-weighted (c), and right-eye maximization T2-weighted images (d) showing features suggestive of pseudotumor cerebri. Slight protrusion of the optic nerve head (d-black arrow), flattening of the posterior sclera (d-dark gray arrow), prominent subarachnoid space around the optic nerve (d-white arrow), and vertical tortuosity of the optic nerve (d-white gray) in the right optic nerve