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Figure 1: Sagittal (a), coronal (b), and axial (c) post-contrast T1 fat-suppressed images of lumbar spine reveal linear enhancement and thickening of the cauda equina nerve roots (thin white arrows). (d) The maximum intensity projection T1 post-contrast-enhanced images of the cervical spine show thickening and enhancement of the bilateral brachial plexus nerve roots and trunk (thick white arrow). (e) Post-contrast T1 sagittal lumbar spine and (f) T1 coronal imaging of the cervical spine on follow-up after 3 months show complete resolution of the thickening and enhancement of the cauda equina nerve root and brachial plexus, respectively

Figure 1: Sagittal (a), coronal (b), and axial (c) post-contrast T1 fat-suppressed images of lumbar spine reveal linear enhancement and thickening of the cauda equina nerve roots (thin white arrows). (d) The maximum intensity projection T1 post-contrast-enhanced images of the cervical spine show thickening and enhancement of the bilateral brachial plexus nerve roots and trunk (thick white arrow). (e) Post-contrast T1 sagittal lumbar spine and (f) T1 coronal imaging of the cervical spine on follow-up after 3 months show complete resolution of the thickening and enhancement of the cauda equina nerve root and brachial plexus, respectively