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Figure 1: Panel (a), (b) Indirect ophthalmoscopy showing perivascular hemorrhages (black arrow head), perivascular sheathing (dashed black arrow), Hard exudates in the macular area (white arrow) and decreased perfusion in the superior and inferotemporal quadrant (black arrow); Panel c- Flourescein angiography demonstrating abrupt cut off of vessels (curved white arrow), area of retinal ischemia (white arrow head) and dye leakage (dashed white arrow); Panel (d), (e)- MRI dorsolumbar spine (T2 Weighted image) showing two long segment cord hyperintensity extending from D9-D12 and involving conus (dashed white arrows), cross section showing more than 2/3rd cord involvement; Panel (f, g) – MRI Brain (T2 Fluid attenuated inversion recovery image) depicting periventricular hyperintensity (f) and periependymal hyperintensity around the fourth ventricle (g) (black arrow)

Figure 1: Panel (a), (b) Indirect ophthalmoscopy showing perivascular hemorrhages (<i>black arrow head</i>), perivascular sheathing (<i>dashed black arrow</i>), Hard exudates in the macular area (<i>white arrow</i>) and decreased perfusion in the superior and inferotemporal quadrant (<i>black arrow</i>); Panel c- Flourescein angiography demonstrating abrupt cut off of vessels (<i>curved white arrow</i>), area of retinal ischemia (<i>white arrow head</i>) and dye leakage (<i>dashed white arrow</i>); Panel (d), (e)- MRI dorsolumbar spine (T2 Weighted image) showing two long segment cord hyperintensity extending from D9-D12 and involving conus (<i>dashed white arrows</i>), cross section showing more than 2/3rd cord involvement; Panel (f, g) – MRI Brain (T2 Fluid attenuated inversion recovery image) depicting periventricular hyperintensity (f) and periependymal hyperintensity around the fourth ventricle (g) (<i>black arrow</i>)