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Figure 2: Morphological comparisons of craniocerebral computed tomography images between the deceased and living individuals. (a) Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the deceased at the centrum semiovale level, note that the differentiation loss of the gray and white matter and narrowing/absence of sulci/fissures; (b.) Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the living at the centrum semiovale level, note the clear differentiation of the gray and white matter (arrow, blank) and obvious sulci/fissures (triangles, blank); (c). Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the deceased at the fourth ventricle level, note that narrowing of the fourth ventricle (triangles, solid) and hypostasis (arrow, solid); (d). Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the living at the fourth ventricle level; note the normal size of the fourth ventricle level

Figure 2: Morphological comparisons of craniocerebral computed tomography images between the deceased and living individuals. (a) Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the deceased at the centrum semiovale level, note that the differentiation loss of the gray and white matter and narrowing/absence of sulci/fissures; (b.) Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the living at the centrum semiovale level, note the clear differentiation of the gray and white matter (arrow, blank) and obvious sulci/fissures (triangles, blank); (c). Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the deceased at the fourth ventricle level, note that narrowing of the fourth ventricle (triangles, solid) and hypostasis (arrow, solid); (d). Normal craniocerebral computed tomography image of the living at the fourth ventricle level; note the normal size of the fourth ventricle level