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Figure 1: T2-weighted sagittal (a) and T1-weighted post-contrast sagittal (b) and Sagittal fused positron emission tomography/computed tomography (c) showing intradural lesion at level of S1-S2 (long white arrows). Trans-axial positron emission tomography (d) showing focal uptake in the left ponto-medullary cistern (black arrow) characterized better on trans-axial magnetic resonance, (e) and fused positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance (f) (white arrowhead)

Figure 1: T2-weighted sagittal (a) and T1-weighted post-contrast sagittal (b) and Sagittal fused positron emission tomography/computed tomography (c) showing intradural lesion at level of S1-S2 (long white arrows). Trans-axial positron emission tomography (d) showing focal uptake in the left ponto-medullary cistern (black arrow) characterized better on trans-axial magnetic resonance, (e) and fused positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance (f) (white arrowhead)