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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

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Imported Case of Poliomyelitis, Melbourne, Australia, 2007

Andrew J. StewardsonComments to Author , Jason A. Roberts, Carolyn L. Beckett, Hayden T. Prime, Poh-Sien Loh, Bruce R. Thorley, and John R. Daffy
Author affiliations: Eastern Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (A.J. Stewardson, C.L. Beckett, P.-S. Loh, J.R. Daffy); Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, Melbourne (J.A. Roberts, B.R. Thorley); MIA Victoria, Melbourne (H.T. Prime)

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Figure 1

A) Sagittal image of the conus and B) coronal image of the cervical cord, demonstrating increased signal on T2 weighted sequences in the region of the anterior horns. There was no enhancement with contrast.

Figure 1. A) Sagittal image of the conus and B) coronal image of the cervical cord, demonstrating increased signal on T2 weighted sequences in the region of the anterior horns. There was no enhancement with contrast.

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