Chronic myeloid leukemia
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On T1, the bone structures are abnormally diffusely hypointense, compatible with an infiltrative bone marrow disease. In this case, the patient was known for a chronic myeloid leukemia, which explains the findings.
One must always look for this on any spinal MRI, as diffuse homogeneous signal abnormalities can easily be missed.