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Figure 1 (A-E): MRI dorso-lumbar spine: Sagittal T2WI (A) and Sagittal T1WI (B) shows a significantly thinned segment of lower dorsal spinal cord (from mid D12 to mid L1) with mildly bulky spinal cord and conus caudal to it. Axial fat sat T2WI (C), (D and E) above, at and below the level of spinal cord narrowing respectively. Normal cord caliber with syrinx in (C), significantly thinned spinal cord with no nerve root at (D) and mildly bulky distal cord (E)

Figure 1 (A-E): MRI dorso-lumbar spine: Sagittal T2WI (A) and Sagittal T1WI (B) shows a significantly thinned segment of lower dorsal spinal cord (from mid D12 to mid L1) with mildly bulky spinal cord and conus caudal to it. Axial fat sat T2WI (C), (D and E) above, at and below the level of spinal cord narrowing respectively. Normal cord caliber with syrinx in (C), significantly thinned spinal cord with no nerve root at (D) and mildly bulky distal cord (E)