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Figure 3: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of cervical spine: (a) Sagittal T1W and (b) T2W images. The intervertebral disc C2– 3 shows abnormal hypointense signal with posterior herniation and compression of adjoining cervical spinal cord. Normal signal intensity is demonstrated by spinal cord. The cervical vertebrae C2 and C3 show normal morphology and signal intensity

Figure 3: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of cervical spine: (a) Sagittal T1W and (b) T2W images. The intervertebral disc C2– 3 shows abnormal hypointense signal with posterior herniation and compression of adjoining cervical spinal cord. Normal signal intensity is demonstrated by spinal cord. The cervical vertebrae C2 and C3 show normal morphology and signal intensity