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Figure 3: (a) Serial pictures showing previously normal alignment and onset of esotropia at 5 years of age. (b) Esotropia in primary gaze with normal ocular movements. (c) Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and orbits showing predominantly white matter lesions involving bilateral optic tracts, extending from tectum of midbrain up to pons on the left side, mild, with subtle contrast enhancement and no diffusion restriction. (d) Magnetic resonance spectroscopy showing increased choline with reduction in N-acetyl aspartate suggestive of central nervous system glioma

Figure 3: (a) Serial pictures showing previously normal alignment and onset of esotropia at 5 years of age. (b) Esotropia in primary gaze with normal ocular movements. (c) Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and orbits showing predominantly white matter lesions involving bilateral optic tracts, extending from tectum of midbrain up to pons on the left side, mild, with subtle contrast enhancement and no diffusion restriction. (d) Magnetic resonance spectroscopy showing increased choline with reduction in N-acetyl aspartate suggestive of central nervous system glioma