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Figure 2: (a) T2W sagittal MRI brain image showing multiple subpial hyperintense lesions along the cerebellar folia (arrow), as well as in the cervicodorsal spinal cord (b). (c) In addition to the multiple subpial lesions (arrow) along the cervicodorsal spinal cord, there is a large subpial (arrowhead) lesion in the lower dorsal cord at the D9–D10 vertebral level. (d) The cystic subpial lesions extend up to the tip of conus (arrow). (e) Postcontrast image of the whole spine showing the nonenhancing nature of the leptomeninges, and the multiple subpial lesions as well as the intramedullary lesion

Figure 2: (a) T2W sagittal MRI brain image showing multiple subpial hyperintense lesions along the cerebellar folia (arrow), as well as in the cervicodorsal spinal cord (b). (c) In addition to the multiple subpial lesions (arrow) along the cervicodorsal spinal cord, there is a large subpial (arrowhead) lesion in the lower dorsal cord at the D9–D10 vertebral level. (d) The cystic subpial lesions extend up to the tip of conus (arrow). (e) Postcontrast image of the whole spine showing the nonenhancing nature of the leptomeninges, and the multiple subpial lesions as well as the intramedullary lesion