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Figure 2 (A-D): Sagittal MRI of lumbosacral spine –pre contrast FS T1 (A), postcontrast FS T1 (B); postcontrast FS T1 cervical (C) and thoracolumbar region (D) images. 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. The lesion demonstrates significant contrast enhancement (thick white arrow). No other focal enhancing lesion noted in the spinal axis. Peripheral rim enhancement of previously noted cystic focus in the lesion can be noted (thin white arrow in B), when compared to pre contrast T1 FS image (A)

Figure 2 (A-D): Sagittal MRI of lumbosacral spine –pre contrast FS T1 (A), postcontrast FS T1 (B); postcontrast FS T1 cervical (C) and thoracolumbar region (D) images. 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. The lesion demonstrates significant contrast enhancement (thick white arrow). No other focal enhancing lesion noted in the spinal axis. Peripheral rim enhancement of previously noted cystic focus in the lesion can be noted (thin white arrow in B), when compared to pre contrast T1 FS image (A)