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Figure 7 (A and B): Hereditary optic neuropathy. Coronal T2W and sagittal T1W (A) images of a 23-year-old male, a known juvenile diabetes mellitus, who had gradual loss of vision shows severe thinning of both optic nerves and chiasma (arrow) and absent T1-hyperintense signal of posterior pituitary (elbow arrow). Axial T2W (B) image shows severe brainstem and cerebellar atrophy (arrowhead). All these findings are suggestive of Wolfram's syndrome

Figure 7 (A and B): Hereditary optic neuropathy. Coronal T2W and sagittal T1W (A) images of a 23-year-old male, a known juvenile diabetes mellitus, who had gradual loss of vision shows severe thinning of both optic nerves and chiasma (arrow) and absent T1-hyperintense signal of posterior pituitary (elbow arrow). Axial T2W (B) image shows severe brainstem and cerebellar atrophy (arrowhead). All these findings are suggestive of Wolfram's syndrome