Case Report

The enigma of reversible spinal lesions

Shalendra Kumar Misser, Duncan Royston, Farhana Motala, Christo Coetzee
South African Journal of Radiology | Vol 14, No 1 | a438 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajr.v14i1.438 | © 2010 Shalendra Kumar Misser, Duncan Royston, Farhana Motala, Christo Coetzee | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 24 February 2010 | Published: 11 March 2010

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Shalendra Kumar Misser,, South Africa
Duncan Royston,, South Africa
Farhana Motala,, South Africa
Christo Coetzee,, South Africa

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Abstract

Abstract

Focal reversible lesions of the splenium of the corpus callosum have been described in a number of clinical paradigms. Epilepsy and related conditions are the most commonly reported underlying clinical association. Sudden anti-epileptic therapy withdrawal or seizure activity may be presumed to be the predisposing cause, however an individual susceptibility must also be considered. Herein, we present the findings in two patients with similar, completely reversible splenial lesions.

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MRI, Corpus Callosum, Splenium

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