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From: Atypical facial pain in multiple sclerosis caused by spinal cord seizures: a case report and review of the literature

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Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain. a A sagittal fluid attenuation inversion recovery sequence and b axial T2-weighted sequence demonstrate white matter lesions consistent with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. c A T2-weighted magnetic resonance image of his cervical spine demonstrates a lesion at the level of C3–4 affecting the left-sided dorsal horn and dorsolateral white matter tracts

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