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Fig. 3 | BMC Neurology

Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

Spine images of patient 2. MRI, performed on day 2 following onset, shows typical hyperintensities on sagittal T2-weighted image (arrows in a) and diffusion-weighted image (arrows in b), as well as hypointensities on sagittal apparent diffusion coefficient image (arrows on c) in the conus medullaris T12. Spinal angiography revealed a patent anterior spinal artery, with the artery of Adamkiewicz arising at the left (d) T9 intercostal arteries. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging

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