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Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging in T2 sagittal cervical and thoracolumbar spine sequence showing an abnormal longitudinal signal predominant with lower cervical and less pronounced at the level of the dorsal bone marrow and at the height of D4/D5 with confluent focal cervical and dorsal hyperintensities, medullary hypertrophy, and a poorly limited contrast. It is associated with a probable left optical neuritis. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging in T2 sagittal cervical and thoracolumbar spine sequence showing an abnormal longitudinal signal predominant with lower cervical and less pronounced at the level of the dorsal bone marrow and at the height of D4/D5 with confluent focal cervical and dorsal hyperintensities, medullary hypertrophy, and a poorly limited contrast. It is associated with a probable left optical neuritis. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging