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A 72-year-old white man with a past medical history of well-controlled hypertension, hyperlipidemia, corneal transplant, and renal stones presented to an ophthalmology clinic for a routine visit. The patient’s granddaughter and wife had noticed inward rotation of the left eyeball. He complained of mild sinus pressure but wasn’t experiencing headache, nausea, or vomiting. Continue reading»
Progressive Myelopathy
Source: AJR 2006; 186:S227-S229

A 55-year-old woman with 3-year history of progressive lower extremity numbness and weakness. Coronal MR angiogram, obtained using gadolinium bolus technique (4-sec delay), of lower thoracic spine shows enlarged, tortuous draining veins (arrowheads) along surface of spinal cord.

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