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Figure 1: (a) Sagittal T2W images reveal hypointense intraspinal lumbar lesion involving conus medullaris and cauda equina nerve roots (white arrow showing its extent) with lower dorsal spinal cord edema (grey arrow) and patchy infiltrates involving vertebral bodies and their posterior elements, posterior paraspinal soft tissue and overlying subcutaneous fat with thin pre-vertebral component and sparing of intervertebral discs. (b and c) Axial T2W images reveal similar findings with dorsal cord edema scalloping of the posterior margin of vertebral bodies with dilated ureters on either side.

Figure 1: (a) Sagittal T2W images reveal hypointense intraspinal lumbar lesion involving conus medullaris and cauda equina nerve roots (white arrow showing its extent) with lower dorsal spinal cord edema (grey arrow) and patchy infiltrates involving vertebral bodies and their posterior elements, posterior paraspinal soft tissue and overlying subcutaneous fat with thin pre-vertebral component and sparing of intervertebral discs. (b and c) Axial T2W images reveal similar findings with dorsal cord edema scalloping of the posterior margin of vertebral bodies with dilated ureters on either side.