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Figure 3: (a and b)T2W image shows cord atrophy, hyperintense signals and loss of cervical lordosis. (c) T2W axial image at C3–4 level shows asymmetric cord atrophy with hyperintense signals (arrows). (d and e) T2W sagittal and axial image in flexion, respectively, shows posterior dural detachment with flow voids from C4 to D2 (thick arrow). (f and g) Post-contrast T1 fat saturated axial and sagittal image in flexion shows asymmetrical epidural enhancement [left > right (thick arrow)] extending from C3 to D3 vertebral levels (thin arrow). (h and i) X-ray of the cervico-dorsal spine in extension (angle: 55.82°) and flexion (42.57°), respectively, demonstrating increased range of motion

Figure 3: (a and b)T2W image shows cord atrophy, hyperintense signals and loss of cervical lordosis. (c) T2W axial image at C3–4 level shows asymmetric cord atrophy with hyperintense signals (arrows). (d and e) T2W sagittal and axial image in flexion, respectively, shows posterior dural detachment with flow voids from C4 to D2 (thick arrow). (f and g) Post-contrast T1 fat saturated axial and sagittal image in flexion shows asymmetrical epidural enhancement [left > right (thick arrow)] extending from C3 to D3 vertebral levels (thin arrow). (h and i) X-ray of the cervico-dorsal spine in extension (angle: 55.82°) and flexion (42.57°), respectively, demonstrating increased range of motion