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Fig. 2 | BMC Neurology

Fig. 2

From: Clinical, neuroimaging, and nerve conduction characteristics of spontaneous Conus Medullaris infarction

Fig. 2

Sagittal view of spine MRI of patient 1. a High signal intensity on T1-weighted image and (b) low signal intensity on T2-weighted image at vertebral body T9 indicate vertebral bone infarction. c High signal intensity on apparent diffusion-coefficient image in erector spinae and (d) decreased blood flow in the supply artery on time-of-flight MRI at T10 also indicate muscle infarction. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging

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