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Figure 2: (a) T1-weighted sagittal image (b) T2-weighted sagittal image (c) contrast sagittal image (d) contrast axial image of magnetic resonance imaging of spine revealed an intramedullary mass lesion, involving the cervico-dorsal cord, extending from C6 to T2 vertebral body level, causing cord expansion. The lesion showed peripheral enhancement with a nodular enhancing component showing the presence of intralesional cystic areas, suggestive of hemangioblastoma

Figure 2: (a) T1-weighted sagittal image (b) T2-weighted sagittal image (c) contrast sagittal image (d) contrast axial image of magnetic resonance imaging of spine revealed an intramedullary mass lesion, involving the cervico-dorsal cord, extending from C6 to T2 vertebral body level, causing cord expansion. The lesion showed peripheral enhancement with a nodular enhancing component showing the presence of intralesional cystic areas, suggestive of hemangioblastoma