Multiple sclerosis of the spine
38 years-old man with hemiparesis of the left foot for a month.
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T2 TSE acquisition shows a high signal oblong lesion in peripheral lateral zone of the cervical spine.
T1 post gadolinium image shows ring like enhancement of the lesion .
FLAIR image shows high signal of the WM in contact with the occipital horns of the lateral ventricles, an additional finger like lesion was seen in the corpus callosum.
The last findings, the character of the spinal lesion and the clinical image make the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis the first choice.