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Figure 1: (a and b) preoperative magnetic resonance imaging T1 and T2W saggital images revealing altered marrow signals in D3 to D5 vertebrae appearing hypointense on T1W along with patchy hyperintensities and hyperintense signal on T2W sequence with marked epidural component and cord compression (d) T2 axial image, D4 vertebra showing paravertebral and posterior epidural component displacing cord anteriorly, (c) and (e) postoperative T1W post-gadolinium sagittal and axial images showing intense enhancement of lesion with significantly reduced epidural component and spinal cord compression

Figure 1: (a and b) preoperative magnetic resonance imaging T1 and T2W saggital images revealing altered marrow signals in D3 to D5 vertebrae appearing hypointense on T1W along with patchy hyperintensities and hyperintense signal on T2W sequence with marked epidural component and cord compression (d) T2 axial image, D4 vertebra showing paravertebral and posterior epidural component displacing cord anteriorly, (c) and (e) postoperative T1W post-gadolinium sagittal and axial images showing intense enhancement of lesion with significantly reduced epidural component and spinal cord compression