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Figure 3: A 48-year-old female who had episodes of recurrent acute partial transverse myelitis and optic neuritis with initial improvement between relapses. She later developed blindness in right eye and severe quadriparesis. (A) T2-W MRI of spinal cord showing linear coalescing cervical spinal cord lesion extending more than three vertebral segments; (B, C) Axial FLAIR images of the brain showing periventricular and subcortical discrete demyelinating lesions. She was NMO-IgG positive

Figure 3: A 48-year-old female who had episodes of recurrent acute partial transverse myelitis and optic neuritis with initial improvement between relapses. She later developed blindness in right eye and severe quadriparesis. (A) T2-W MRI of spinal cord showing linear coalescing cervical spinal cord lesion extending more than three vertebral segments; (B, C) Axial FLAIR images of the brain showing periventricular and subcortical discrete demyelinating lesions. She was NMO-IgG positive