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Figure 10 (A-B): This set of MRI mages shows relapse in the sanctuary sites: optic nerve and globe. An axial contrast enhanced T1W MRI (A) in a 4 year old child chows asymmetric thickening and mild enhancement of the left optic nerve (arrow). A 5-year-old patient who presented with acute onset of blindness was off therapy for 3 years; axial contrast-enhanced T1W MRI (B) shows bilateral subretinal enhancing deposits (arrow) and retinal detachment

Figure 10 (A-B): This set of MRI mages shows relapse in the sanctuary sites: optic nerve and globe. An axial contrast enhanced T1W MRI (A) in a 4 year old child chows asymmetric thickening and mild enhancement of the left optic nerve (arrow). A 5-year-old patient who presented with acute onset of blindness was off therapy for 3 years; axial contrast-enhanced T1W MRI (B) shows bilateral subretinal enhancing deposits (arrow) and retinal detachment