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Intramedullary spinal cord abscess is a rare infection of the spinal cord with less than 120 cases reported since its first description by Hart in 1830. It is usually associated with abnormalities of the spinal cord or documented source of infection or immunodeficiency, requiring clinical radiological suspicion for accurate diagnosis. The first case is a middle-aged healthy woman without any underlying risk factors, presented with progressive paraparesis, in whom prompt, accurate diagnosis withdoi:10.1055/s-0036-1588039 fatcat:7thof5k3qvcutdwzxcnqmhrzqi