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Fig. 2

From: Paediatric Chordomas

Fig. 2

T2 weighted MRI of a clival chordoma. a. Axial plane. A voluminous chordoma developed from the clivus with extension to both cerebellopontine angles (single arrowheads). Brainstem is pushed back posteriorly (double arrowhead). b. Sagittal plane. The chordoma eroded the inferior part of the clivus (asterisk) and developed anteriorly to the cervical spine. Typical lobulated appearance with multiples hypointense septae can be observed

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