Cavernous haemangioma upper cervical cord
Had a fall in the supermarket. Left sided numbing pain affecting the whole half of the left body. Lesion identified in the cervical cord previously
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Typical angiographically occult vascular malformation (cavernous haemangioma) showing a lobulated mass containing T1 brightening, mixed increased and decreased T2 signal and susceptibility "blooming" on the GRE axial sequence indicative of recent and old haemorrhage.