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Dawson fingers

Eytan Raz et al.

Dawson fingers are a radiographic feature depicting demyelinating plaques through corpus callosum, arranged at right angles along medullary veins (callososeptal location). They are a relatively specific sign for multiple sclerosis (MS), which presents as T2 hyperintensities.

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