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Figure 10: 47-year-old female presented with chronic back pain after 17 years of traumatic paraplegia. Radiograph (a) shows endplate erosions, sclerosis, and calcific debris within the L2-3 disk space. There is osseous fusion of L3, L4, and L5 vertebra on T1 W MRI (b). Post-contrast T1 W image (c and d) showed rim enhancing fluid collections that involved vertebral bodies and disc spaces (arrows) from L3-L5 level

Figure 10: 47-year-old female presented with chronic back pain after 17 years of traumatic paraplegia. Radiograph (a) shows endplate erosions, sclerosis, and calcific debris within the L2-3 disk space. There is osseous fusion of L3, L4, and L5 vertebra on T1 W MRI (b). Post-contrast T1 W image (c and d) showed rim enhancing fluid collections that involved vertebral bodies and disc spaces (arrows) from L3-L5 level