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Figure 7 (A-F): Magnetic resonance imaging of cervico-thoracic spine - sagittal T2 cervical (A) sagittal T2 thoracic (B) post contrast FS sagittal T1 thoracic (C) axial T2 (D and E) and postcontrast FS sagittal T1 cervical (F) [Second follow up study-12 months after first imaging] 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Multiple intradural metastases in thoracic region (thin white arrow) appeared to progress (compared to Figure 6), in contrast to the regressing metastatic lesion in cervical region (thick white arrow)

Figure 7 (A-F): Magnetic resonance imaging of cervico-thoracic spine - sagittal T2 cervical (A) sagittal T2 thoracic (B) post contrast FS sagittal T1 thoracic (C) axial T2 (D and E) and postcontrast FS sagittal T1 cervical (F) [Second follow up study-12 months after first imaging] 31 year-old female with PSPNET of filum terminale. Multiple intradural metastases in thoracic region (thin white arrow) appeared to progress (compared to Figure 6), in contrast to the regressing metastatic lesion in cervical region (thick white arrow)