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Figure 1: The sagittal T2-weighted image (a) shows high signal intensity in the cervical spinal cord predominantly in its anterior aspect. The axial diffusion weighted imaging (b) shows high signal intensity in these areas. The axial apparent diffusion coefficient maps (c) show low signal intensity in the same locations. The sagittal T2-weighted image (d) shows partial resolution of high signal intensity at the location corresponding to (a)

Figure 1: The sagittal T2-weighted image (a) shows high signal intensity in the cervical spinal cord predominantly in its anterior aspect. The axial diffusion weighted imaging (b) shows high signal intensity in these areas. The axial apparent diffusion coefficient maps (c) show low signal intensity in the same locations. The sagittal T2-weighted image (d) shows partial resolution of high signal intensity at the location corresponding to (a)