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Figure 1: (A) T1-weighted sagittal section of thoracic spine showing a large, altered signal intensity paravertebral mass extradurally, extending across the thoracic spine (T4-T10 vertebrae) and involving the epidural fat. (B) T2-weighted sagittal section of thoracic spine showing the hyperintense lesion, causing marked obliteration of the corresponding subarachnoid space. (C) Post-contrast sagittal section showing the homogenously enhancing lesion. (D) T2-weighted axial images at the same level showing the compressed cord pushed anterolaterally (blue arrow). (E) Myelogram showing obliteration of subarachnoid space and compressed thoracic spinal cord segment

Figure 1: (A) T1-weighted sagittal section of thoracic spine showing a large, altered signal intensity paravertebral mass extradurally, extending across the thoracic spine (T4-T10 vertebrae) and involving the epidural fat. (B) T2-weighted sagittal section of thoracic spine showing the hyperintense lesion, causing marked obliteration of the corresponding subarachnoid space. (C) Post-contrast sagittal section showing the homogenously enhancing lesion. (D) T2-weighted axial images at the same level showing the compressed cord pushed anterolaterally (blue arrow). (E) Myelogram showing obliteration of subarachnoid space and compressed thoracic spinal cord segment