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Figure 1: (a and b) T2-weigthed magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing diffuse intramedullary edema as hyperintense signal change between the levels of T1 and T10. Small perimedullary flow voids due to dilated serpentine veins were detected along the dorsal aspect of the spinal cord. Axial T2-weigthed MRI showing central edema at the level of T6

Figure 1: (a and b) T2-weigthed magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing diffuse intramedullary edema as hyperintense signal change between the levels of T1 and T10. Small perimedullary flow voids due to dilated serpentine veins were detected along the dorsal aspect of the spinal cord. Axial T2-weigthed MRI showing central edema at the level of T6