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Figure 1: (a and b) Sagittal T2-weighted sequences covering cervical, dorsal, and lumbar cords showing continuous intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity in the long segment of the dorsal and lumbar cords extending from T5 to the conus medullaris. (c) Axial T2-weighted sequences at the level of D5–D6 showing similar intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity, mainly involving the central region of the cord. (d) Axial T2-weighted sequences at the level of D10 showing similar intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity, mainly involving the central region of the cord. (e) Magnetic resonance myelography covering dorsolumbar region showing continuous intramedullary hyperintense signal intensity in the long segment of the dorsal and lumbar cords

Figure 1: (a and b) Sagittal T2-weighted sequences covering cervical, dorsal, and lumbar cords showing continuous intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity in the long segment of the dorsal and lumbar cords extending from T5 to the conus medullaris. (c) Axial T2-weighted sequences at the level of D5–D6 showing similar intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity, mainly involving the central region of the cord. (d) Axial T2-weighted sequences at the level of D10 showing similar intramedullary T2 hyperintense signal intensity, mainly involving the central region of the cord. (e) Magnetic resonance myelography covering dorsolumbar region showing continuous intramedullary hyperintense signal intensity in the long segment of the dorsal and lumbar cords