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Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine (T2-weighted) sagittal section (a) showing long-segment hyperintensity involving the spinal cord extending from C1 to T1 level, and the axial section (b) showing centromedullary hyperintensities in a patient with idiopathic transverse myelitis. MRI spine (T2-weighted) sagittal section (c) showing short-segment hyperintensity spanning approximately two vertebrae with corresponding centromedullary involvement of the cord (axial section, d) in another patient with idiopathic transverse myelitis

Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine (T2-weighted) sagittal section (a) showing long-segment hyperintensity involving the spinal cord extending from C1 to T1 level, and the axial section (b) showing centromedullary hyperintensities in a patient with idiopathic transverse myelitis. MRI spine (T2-weighted) sagittal section (c) showing short-segment hyperintensity spanning approximately two vertebrae with corresponding centromedullary involvement of the cord (axial section, d) in another patient with idiopathic transverse myelitis