Figure 2: (A) T2 sagittal MRI brain and spine showing iso-intense irregular intramedullary lesion extending from pontomedullary junction till D2 level, which is also going till subcutaneous region. (B) T1 sagittal MRI brain and spine showing lesion, which is hyperintense just like fat. (C) T1 axial cut of C3 showing hyperintense lesion arising from cord on left side, infiltrating left neural foramina and pushing cord toward right and anterior side. (D) T2 coronal cut showing iso- to hyperintense lesion and its relation with vertebral artery (red arrow), which is pushed anteriorly. (E) T1 axial cut of medulla showing hyperintense lesion present on left side, vertebral artery (flow void) in its anterior tip, pushing medulla on right side. (F) T2 axial cut of medulla showing lesion on left side with left jugular foramen extension (red dot). The significance of red arrow (Fig 2D) and red dot (Fig 2F) has been clearly explained in figure legend. It is depicting relation with vertebral artery (red arrow) and extension (red dot).