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Figure 4: (a and b) T2W image shows asymmetrical cord atrophy and hyperintense signals (arrow) and decreased cervical lordosis (c) T2W axial image at C5–6 level showing asymmetric cord atrophy more prominent on the right side with hyperintensities. (d) T2W sagittal image in flexion showing posterior dural detachment from the C4 to D4 levels. (e and f) Post-contrast T1 sagittal image of the cervical spine showing posterior epidural enhancement from C4 to D4 levels, and T1 axial image at C6 level shows epidural enhancement (arrow). (g and h) X-ray of the spine in flexion shows an angle of 37.5°, and in extension shows an angle of 51.7°, respectively

Figure 4: (a and b) T2W image shows asymmetrical cord atrophy and hyperintense signals (arrow) and decreased cervical lordosis (c) T2W axial image at C5–6 level showing asymmetric cord atrophy more prominent on the right side with hyperintensities. (d) T2W sagittal image in flexion showing posterior dural detachment from the C4 to D4 levels. (e and f) Post-contrast T1 sagittal image of the cervical spine showing posterior epidural enhancement from C4 to D4 levels, and T1 axial image at C6 level shows epidural enhancement (arrow). (g and h) X-ray of the spine in flexion shows an angle of 37.5°, and in extension shows an angle of 51.7°, respectively