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Figure 2: T2 weighted axial image shows a bony spur dividing the cord into two halves (a and b). Herniation of right hemicord, meninges and cerebrospinal fluid is noted through the defect in posterior element, forming a large hemi-meningomyelocele (c). Two hemicords are visible below the level of herniation (d) which reunites at D12 level to form a single cord (e)

Figure 2: T2 weighted axial image shows a bony spur dividing the cord into two halves (a and b). Herniation of right hemicord, meninges and cerebrospinal fluid is noted through the defect in posterior element, forming a large hemi-meningomyelocele (c). Two hemicords are visible below the level of herniation (d) which reunites at D12 level to form a single cord (e)