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Fig. 14 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

Fig. 14

From: Achondroplasia: a comprehensive clinical review

Fig. 14

Sagittal views of magnetic resonance imaging of the cervical cord in four infants with achondroplasia. a There is obliteration of the posterior subarachnoid fluid layer; b In addition to obliteration of the fluid layer posteriorly, there is “nicking” of the posterior cord; c Narrowing of the cord is evident secondary to “waisting” – that is, there is some indentation anteriorly, as well; d An obvious T2 signal abnormality is present

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