- •Susac’s syndrome is frequently misdiagnosed.
- •Callosal snowballs are best seen on sagittal FLAIR MRI brain sequences.
- •Fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) is vital for diagnosis.
- •Early diagnosis and treatment may limit end-organ damage.
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