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Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance myelogram showing displacement of conus to left by an intrathecal extramedullary mass. (b and c) Axial (b) and sagittal (c) postcontrast magnetic resonance imaging showing heterogeneous enhancing, lobulated, extramedullary, intradural lesion at the level of conus medullaris, up to upper part of cauda equina. Extension into right neural foramina with displacement of conus to the left is also seen (c)

Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance myelogram showing displacement of conus to left by an intrathecal extramedullary mass. (b and c) Axial (b) and sagittal (c) postcontrast magnetic resonance imaging showing heterogeneous enhancing, lobulated, extramedullary, intradural lesion at the level of conus medullaris, up to upper part of cauda equina. Extension into right neural foramina with displacement of conus to the left is also seen (c)