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Figure 4 (A-D): MRI of lumbosacral spine - sagittal section STIR (A) T1 WI (B) T2 WI (C) and post contrast FS sagittal T1 WI (D) [post-operative status-8 months after first imaging]. 31-year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Ill defined heterogenous lesion noted in lumbosacral spinal canal at the site of primary lesion [thick white arrow] (A, B, C). Postcontrast scan demonstrated significant enhancement of the spinal canal lesion (D) Perivertebral soft tissue in the lumbosacral region showed post operative changes

Figure 4 (A-D): MRI of lumbosacral spine - sagittal section STIR (A) T1 WI (B) T2 WI (C) and post contrast FS sagittal T1 WI (D) [post-operative status-8 months after first imaging]. 31-year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Ill defined heterogenous lesion noted in lumbosacral spinal canal at the site of primary lesion [thick white arrow] (A, B, C). Postcontrast scan demonstrated significant enhancement of the spinal canal lesion (D) Perivertebral soft tissue in the lumbosacral region showed post operative changes