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Figure 3: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain of a patient with aquaporin 4 antibody positive neuromyelitis optica depicting fluid attenuated inversion recovery hyperintensities in the central semiovale (a), the mesodiencephalic areas involving the thalami (b) and adjoining temporal lobes along with mesencephalon (c). T2 hyperintensities can be seen in the supra- as well as infratentorial compartment (cerebellum) in the parasagittal section (d). Longitudinally extensive hyperintensity of the spinal cord can be appreciated on the T2 -axial (e) and T2-sagittal sections (f)

Figure 3: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain of a patient with aquaporin 4 antibody positive neuromyelitis optica depicting fluid attenuated inversion recovery hyperintensities in the central semiovale (a), the mesodiencephalic areas involving the thalami (b) and adjoining temporal lobes along with mesencephalon (c). T2 hyperintensities can be seen in the supra- as well as infratentorial compartment (cerebellum) in the parasagittal section (d). Longitudinally extensive hyperintensity of the spinal cord can be appreciated on the T2 -axial (e) and T2-sagittal sections (f)