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Figure 1: T2 weighted (T2W) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of cervicodorsal spine in neck flexion view: Daughter: Sagittal (1A) and axial sections (1B) There is an anterior displacement of posterior dura mater causing obliteration of the posterior subarachnoid space and compression of the spinal cord against C5, C6, and C7 vertebral bodies and prominent epidural flow voids extending from C4 to D1 vertebra (1A). There is an anteroposterior asymmetrical flattening (left > right) of the cervical spinal cord at C6 level, anterior displacement of posterior dura mater, and epidural flow voids (1B). Father: Sagittal (1C) and axial sections (1D) There is cord atrophy and a T2 hyperintense signal in the cord at C5 and C6 levels, note is made of epidural fat signal extending from C7 to visualised upper dorsal spine (1C). Corresponding T2 axial section at C5 and C6 levels, showed anteroposterior asymmetrical cord atrophy (left > right) and discrete hyperintense signals in the anterior segment of the spinal cord (1D).

Figure 1: T2 weighted (T2W) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of cervicodorsal spine in neck flexion view: Daughter: Sagittal (1A) and axial sections (1B)
There is an anterior displacement of posterior dura mater causing obliteration of the posterior subarachnoid space and compression of the spinal cord against C5, C6, and C7 vertebral bodies and prominent epidural flow voids extending from C4 to D1 vertebra (1A). There is an anteroposterior asymmetrical flattening (left > right) of the cervical spinal cord at C6 level, anterior displacement of posterior dura mater, and epidural flow voids (1B).
Father: Sagittal (1C) and axial sections (1D)
There is cord atrophy and a T2 hyperintense signal in the cord at C5 and C6 levels, note is made of epidural fat signal extending from C7 to visualised upper dorsal spine (1C). Corresponding T2 axial section at C5 and C6 levels, showed anteroposterior asymmetrical cord atrophy (left > right) and discrete hyperintense signals in the anterior segment of the spinal cord (1D).