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Figure 1: Axial (a), coronal (b), and sagittal (c) preoperative contrast MRI spine demonstrated a solitary left sided 40 × 35 × 25 mm intradural extramedullary lesion (arrow) at C4– 5 level with heterogeneous peripheral ring enhancement and compressing the cord to right side. Axial (d), coronal (e), and sagittal (f) postoperative contrast MRI spine demonstrated a small residual nodular enhancement (arrow) measuring 9 × 4 mm along with mild peripheral dural enhancement and decompressed cord on right side. MRI = Magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 1: Axial (a), coronal (b), and sagittal (c) preoperative contrast MRI spine demonstrated a solitary left sided 40 × 35 × 25 mm intradural extramedullary lesion (arrow) at C4– 5 level with heterogeneous peripheral ring enhancement and compressing the cord to right side. Axial (d), coronal (e), and sagittal (f) postoperative contrast MRI spine demonstrated a small residual nodular enhancement (arrow) measuring 9 × 4 mm along with mild peripheral dural enhancement and decompressed cord on right side. MRI = Magnetic resonance imaging