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Benign notochordal tumor - MRI

A 30 years old male patient, lifted a heavy load 5 years prior to this MRI exam. He felt pain in the back, with irradiation to the left. The neurologist suspected disc herniation and sent him for an MRI scan of his lumbar spine. The scan detected L4-L5 left-sided protrusion, with little compression of the dural sac. Also on the sagittal plane (red circle) visualised hyperintense on T2 WI, round lesion, without connections to the intervertebral disc, at the level of the cranial plate of the L3 vertebra body, accidental finding - benign notochordal tumor.

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2000 x 1988 pixels

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