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Sagittal FLAIR shows bilateral, asymmetric, linear/ovoid hyperintensities with periventricular extension: "Dawson fingers"
Axial and sagittal T2WI show the typical apperance of MS:
- cervical segment is most commonly affected
- dorsolateral aspect of cord
- < 1/2 of cross-sectional area of spinal cord
- < 2 vertebral segments in length
Complete study needs T1+C to assess disease activity and fat saturation sequences to assess possible optic neuritis.