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Figure 1: MRI of lumbosacral spine (plain and contrast) showing a long biconvex enhancing extramedullary lesion (about 9.3 cm×1.2 cm) in the posterior aspect of thoracolumbar spinal canal (from D11 to L2 level), which has pushed the lower cord anteriorly and has compressed the adjacent spinal canal. The lesion is isointense to mildly hyperintense in T1 and hyperintense in T2 and STIR. There is early lumbar spondylosis with degenerative disc disease and disc desiccation at L4/L5 along with mild disc desiccation at L3/L4. There is annular tear at L4/L5 with associated mild posterior disc protrusion

Figure 1: MRI of lumbosacral spine (plain and contrast) showing a long biconvex enhancing extramedullary lesion (about 9.3 cm×1.2 cm) in the posterior aspect of thoracolumbar spinal canal (from D11 to L2 level), which has pushed the lower cord anteriorly and has compressed the adjacent spinal canal. The lesion is isointense to mildly hyperintense in T1 and hyperintense in T2 and STIR. There is early lumbar spondylosis with degenerative disc disease and disc desiccation at L4/L5 along with mild disc desiccation at L3/L4. There is annular tear at L4/L5 with associated mild posterior disc protrusion