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Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1 weighted, Sag) showing a solitary lesion adjacent to C6–D2 spinous process, periphery, and lower-part hyperintensity suggestive of bleed. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging (T2 weighted, Cor) showing superoinferior extent (C6–D2) and lower margin abutting the left subclavian artery. (c) Magnetic resonance imaging (T2-weighted, axial) showing extraspinal location with central–posterior hypointensity. (d) Computed tomography, axial, showing erosion of part of transverse process. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1-weighted, contrast) showing peripheral enhancement with central nonenhancing part. (f) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1-weighted, contrast) showing no intraspinal extension

Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1 weighted, Sag) showing a solitary lesion adjacent to C6–D2 spinous process, periphery, and lower-part hyperintensity suggestive of bleed. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging (T2 weighted, Cor) showing superoinferior extent (C6–D2) and lower margin abutting the left subclavian artery. (c) Magnetic resonance imaging (T2-weighted, axial) showing extraspinal location with central–posterior hypointensity. (d) Computed tomography, axial, showing erosion of part of transverse process. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1-weighted, contrast) showing peripheral enhancement with central nonenhancing part. (f) Magnetic resonance imaging (T1-weighted, contrast) showing no intraspinal extension