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From: Cervical myelopathy due to neurovascular compression syndrome caused by persistent first intersegmental artery: a case report

Fig. 3

Postoperative radiological findings. The left persistent first intersegmental artery is moved away from the spinal cord, and compression of the spinal cord is reduced (a, b, c). A small hyperintense region is observed in the spinal cord on postoperative T2-weighted magnetic resonance images (d, e). a: T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (coronal). b: T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (sagittal). c: Magnetic resonance angiography image. d: T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (sagittal). e: T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (axial)

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