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Ill defined high T2 signal within the central to dorsal aspect of the cervical cord extends from C2/3 to C4/5. Smaller peripheral foci of T2 hyperintensity involve the right side of the cord at C2 and the left dorsolaterally at C5. There is a small amount of associated predominantly superficial enhancement.
There is no rim enhancing intramedullary or extradural collection, and no focal enhancing mass within the cord.
Additional findings are small regions of T2 hyperintensity and enhancement in the cerebellar hemisphere near the tentorium cerebelli, which suggest an intracranial component to the process.