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Figure 2: (A) Coronal T1-weighted magnetic resonance scans showing paraspinal soft-tissue mass (blue arrows) at the dorsal level with splenomegaly (red star); (B) posterior mediastinal mass encasing the aorta (blue arrow); (C) soft-tissue mass destroying the rib head (blue arrows) with epidural mass pushing the cord anteriorly and to the left; and (D) erythroid precursors and reversal of the myeloid–erythroid ratio seen on May–Grünwald–Giemsa stain of the CT-guided fine-needle aspirate from the paravertebral tissue

Figure 2: (A) Coronal T1-weighted magnetic resonance scans showing paraspinal soft-tissue mass (blue arrows) at the dorsal level with splenomegaly (red star); (B) posterior mediastinal mass encasing the aorta (blue arrow); (C) soft-tissue mass destroying the rib head (blue arrows) with epidural mass pushing the cord anteriorly and to the left; and (D) erythroid precursors and reversal of the myeloid–erythroid ratio seen on May–Grünwald–Giemsa stain of the CT-guided fine-needle aspirate from the paravertebral tissue