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The cord demonstrates a longitudinaly extensive spinal cord lesion, with high T2 signal involving almost the entire cord.
There is ill-defined abnormal signal within the inferior aspect of the body of the corpus callosum, predominantly just to the left of midline. A more poorly defined zone of abnormal signal surrounding the right occipital horn may also represent sub ependymal demyelination, associated with subtle ependymal enhancement. No restricted diffusion or pathological contrast enhancement detected elsewhere.