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Figure 1: Preoperative images. (a) T1-weighted sagittal magnetic resonance imaging showing the hyperintense fat globulets occupying the central canal in the cervical region. (b) T2-weighted sagittal image showing the hyperintense fat streaks in the center of the cervical spinal cord and extending caudally. (c) Sagittal cut of magnetic resonance imaging passing through the facets showing the Goel Type 2 facetal instability. (d) Computed tomography scan showing C3-4 fusion. No abnormality in the atlantodental interval is seen

Figure 1: Preoperative images. (a) T1-weighted sagittal magnetic resonance imaging showing the hyperintense fat globulets occupying the central canal in the cervical region. (b) T2-weighted sagittal image showing the hyperintense fat streaks in the center of the cervical spinal cord and extending caudally. (c) Sagittal cut of magnetic resonance imaging passing through the facets showing the Goel Type 2 facetal instability. (d) Computed tomography scan showing C3-4 fusion. No abnormality in the atlantodental interval is seen