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Figure 2: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging T1WI of the cervicomedullary junction with cervical spine showing ill-defined intramedullary tumor extending from the cervicomedullary junction (CMJ) to D2 level. The tumor is causing diffuse cord expansion (b) Contrast images showing heterogeneous contrast enhancement with multiple areas of leptomeningeal enhancement (c) T2WI showing multiple hyperintense areas within the tumor with cord edema and cord expansion (d and e) coronal T1WI and contrast images showing diffuse cord expansion from CMJ to D2 level

Figure 2: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging T1WI of the cervicomedullary junction with cervical spine showing ill-defined intramedullary tumor extending from the cervicomedullary junction (CMJ) to D2 level. The tumor is causing diffuse cord expansion (b) Contrast images showing heterogeneous contrast enhancement with multiple areas of leptomeningeal enhancement (c) T2WI showing multiple hyperintense areas within the tumor with cord edema and cord expansion (d and e) coronal T1WI and contrast images showing diffuse cord expansion from CMJ to D2 level