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Figure 1: (a and b) (Case 1), MRI showing intradural tumor extending from D10 to L3 vertebral levels causing expansion of spinal cord and compression of cauda equine nerve roots. The tumor was hyperintense on T2 weighted sequence (a), and showed intense contrast enhancement with few small areas of non-enhancement (b). (c) (Case 2) Contrast enhancing cervicodorsal intradural lesion from C6-D3 levels

Figure 1: (a and b) (Case 1), MRI showing intradural tumor extending from D10 to L3 vertebral levels causing expansion of spinal cord and compression of cauda equine nerve roots. The tumor was hyperintense on T2 weighted sequence (a), and showed intense contrast enhancement with few small areas of non-enhancement (b). (c) (Case 2) Contrast enhancing cervicodorsal intradural lesion from C6-D3 levels