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Dawson's Fingers - radiology, Ovoid lesions perpendicular to the ventricles. Dawson fingers are typical for MS and are the result of inflammation around penetrating venules. These veins are perpendicular to the ventricular surface.

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Twitter / RadiologySigns: Two left eyeballs? No, it's actually a haemangioma but pretty cool nonetheless! Courtesy of @Radiopaedia

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