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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (a) sagittal T1-weighted images of the thoracic spine showing low signal spinous process lesion with spinal cord compression. (b) Postcontrast T1 without fat sat of the mid-thoracic spine region. Note the important enhancement. (c and d) T2-weighted images and short T1 inversion recovery in sagittal view of the mid-thoracic level demonstrating the amount of cord displacement by the lesion which was on hyper intensity. (e) Lesion respecting vertebral body in axial image

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (a) sagittal T1-weighted images of the thoracic spine showing low signal spinous process lesion with spinal cord compression. (b) Postcontrast T1 without fat sat of the mid-thoracic spine region. Note the important enhancement. (c and d) T2-weighted images and short T1 inversion recovery in sagittal view of the mid-thoracic level demonstrating the amount of cord displacement by the lesion which was on hyper intensity. (e) Lesion respecting vertebral body in axial image