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Figure 1: (a) T2 weighted MR image, sagittal section of the cervicothoracic spine, showing an intramedullary lesion extending downward from C6. A syrinx is noted extending proximally up to the cervicomedullary junction (b) T2 weighted image (WI), sagittal section of the thoracic spine, showing the lower extent of the lesion and a small, distally located syrinx (c) Post-gadolinium T1 WI, sagittal section of the cervicothoracic spine, showing heterogeneous contrast uptake in the lesion (d) Post-gadolinium T1 WI, axial section at T2, showing the enhancing lesion in an enlarged cord

Figure 1: (a) T2 weighted MR image, sagittal section of the cervicothoracic spine, showing an intramedullary lesion extending downward from C6. A syrinx is noted extending proximally up to the cervicomedullary junction (b) T2 weighted image (WI), sagittal section of the thoracic spine, showing the lower extent of the lesion and a small, distally located syrinx (c) Post-gadolinium T1 WI, sagittal section of the cervicothoracic spine, showing heterogeneous contrast uptake in the lesion (d) Post-gadolinium T1 WI, axial section at T2, showing the enhancing lesion in an enlarged cord