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Figure 19 (A-C): Multiple sclerosis – A 16-year-old girl presented with relapsing remitting neurological illness since the last 2 years. (A) T2W sagittal image of the spine shows patchy short segment hyperintensities in the cervicodorsal cord (white arrows). Similar signal changes are noted in bilateral dentate nuclei (white arrowheads), left middle cerebellar peduncle (B) (white arrow), medulla, and corpus callosum (C) (black arrow)

Figure 19 (A-C): Multiple sclerosis – A 16-year-old girl presented with relapsing remitting neurological illness since the last 2 years. (A) T2W sagittal image of the spine shows patchy short segment hyperintensities in the cervicodorsal cord (<i>white arrows</i>). Similar signal changes are noted in bilateral dentate nuclei (<i>white arrowheads</i>), left middle cerebellar peduncle (B) (<i>white arrow</i>), medulla, and corpus callosum (C) (<i>black arrow</i>)