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Figure 7: (a) Conventional autopsy visualization of softened brain tissue. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging of softened brain tissue: Gray and white matter are significantly easier to distinguish than on autopsy. (c) Conventional autopsy visualization of liquefied brain tissue. (d) Magnetic resonance imaging of liquefied brain tissue: Midline, gray and white matter, and a portion of the superior sagittal sinus are demonstrated, and obvious intracranial pathological changes are excluded. The arrow shows the accumulation of putrefied gas[15]

Figure 7: (a) Conventional autopsy visualization of softened brain tissue. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging of softened brain tissue: Gray and white matter are significantly easier to distinguish than on autopsy. (c) Conventional autopsy visualization of liquefied brain tissue. (d) Magnetic resonance imaging of liquefied brain tissue: Midline, gray and white matter, and a portion of the superior sagittal sinus are demonstrated, and obvious intracranial pathological changes are excluded. The arrow shows the accumulation of putrefied gas<sup>[15]</sup>