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Figure 3 (A-G): Sagittal (A) and axial (B-D) T2W spine MRI showing extra-arachnoid fluid collection extending anteriorly from C6 to T1 level (thin white arrow), with mild indentation of the thecal sac, tracking to the left posterolateral epidural space (thick white arrow) from C7 to T2 level and becoming ventral in the upper thoracic spine (notched arrow). Cord T2 signal changes are also noted (arrow head) (A-C). Dynamic immediate CT myelogram (E, F) in left lateral decubitus position showed communication between the collection and thecal sac and asymmetric accumulation of contrast in the left C8 perineural sheath (white arrow), suggestive of traumatic pseudomeningocoele (F). On the delayed CT myelogram images (G) there was progressively increasing accumulation of contrast within the ventral extra arachnoid collection (curved arrow)

Figure 3 (A-G): Sagittal (A) and axial (B-D) T2W spine MRI showing extra-arachnoid fluid collection extending anteriorly from C6 to T1 level (thin white arrow), with mild indentation of the thecal sac, tracking to the left posterolateral epidural space (thick white arrow) from C7 to T2 level and becoming ventral in the upper thoracic spine (notched arrow). Cord T2 signal changes are also noted (arrow head) (A-C). Dynamic immediate CT myelogram (E, F) in left lateral decubitus position showed communication between the collection and thecal sac and asymmetric accumulation of contrast in the left C8 perineural sheath (white arrow), suggestive of traumatic pseudomeningocoele (F). On the delayed CT myelogram images (G) there was progressively increasing accumulation of contrast within the ventral extra arachnoid collection (curved arrow)