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Figure 1: (a) Axial computed tomography images reveal solid expansile iso-hyperintense lesion seen to be arising from the posterior part of the 5th rib on the right side which shows spinal canal extension with compression of dorsal spinal cord to the left. (b) Axial magnetic resonance imaging image of magnetic resonance imaging scan (T2 window) reveal solid expansile iso-hyperintense lesion with hyperintense cartilage cap seen to be arising from the posterior part of the 5th rib on the right side which shows spinal canal extension with compression of dorsal spinal cord to the left without any evidence of cord edema. (c) Pathological hematoxylin and eosin image depicting osteochondroma with cartilage cap

Figure 1: (a) Axial computed tomography images reveal solid expansile iso-hyperintense lesion seen to be arising from the posterior part of the 5th rib on the right side which shows spinal canal extension with compression of dorsal spinal cord to the left. (b) Axial magnetic resonance imaging image of magnetic resonance imaging scan (T2 window) reveal solid expansile iso-hyperintense lesion with hyperintense cartilage cap seen to be arising from the posterior part of the 5<sup>th</sup> rib on the right side which shows spinal canal extension with compression of dorsal spinal cord to the left without any evidence of cord edema. (c) Pathological hematoxylin and eosin image depicting osteochondroma with cartilage cap