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Figure 1 (A-C): MRI of lumbosacral spine - sagittal section STIR (A), T1 weighted image (B) and, T2 weighted (C) image (WI). 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Well defined lesion (thick white arrow) in the region of filum terminale in the spinal canal appearing hyperintense on T2-WI FSE and STIR images and isointense on T1-weighted SE images. No evident intratumoral hemorrhage, calcification [A, B, C] and few randomly distributed small cystic areas (thin white arrow in A and C).

Figure 1 (A-C): MRI of lumbosacral spine - sagittal section STIR (A), T1 weighted image (B) and, T2 weighted (C) image (WI). 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Well defined lesion (thick white arrow) in the region of filum terminale in the spinal canal appearing hyperintense on T2-WI FSE and STIR images and isointense on T1-weighted SE images. No evident intratumoral hemorrhage, calcification [A, B, C] and few randomly distributed small cystic areas (thin white arrow in A and C).