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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the cervical spine demonstrating T1 hypointensity (a), a long-segment T2 hyperintensity (b) patchy intramedullary enhancement (c) but no significant cord enlargement (a-c). Posttreatment magnetic resonance imagingperformed a week later demonstrating significant improvement in imaging findings (d, T1-weighted; e, T2-weighted; and f, postcontrast)

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the cervical spine demonstrating T1 hypointensity (a), a long-segment T2 hyperintensity (b) patchy intramedullary enhancement (c) but no significant cord enlargement (a-c). Posttreatment magnetic resonance imagingperformed a week later demonstrating significant improvement in imaging findings (d, T1-weighted; e, T2-weighted; and f, postcontrast)