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Figure 3: (a) Sagittal T2 magnetic resonance imaging sequence showing terminal syringomyelia (arrow), (b) Sagittal T2 sequence revealing dermal sinus tract (arrow). (c) Axial T2, syringomyelia is identified with dilation of the spinal cord's central canal (white arrow). (d) Axial T2 white and black arrows, double spine cord

Figure 3: (a) Sagittal T2 magnetic resonance imaging sequence showing terminal syringomyelia (arrow), (b) Sagittal T2 sequence revealing dermal sinus tract (arrow). (c) Axial T2, syringomyelia is identified with dilation of the spinal cord's central canal (white arrow). (d) Axial T2 white and black arrows, double spine cord