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Extra- and intradural spinal metastases from breast cancer

Modality: MRI (T2) Fig. 2 Sagittal midline image showing multiple nodules along the cauda equina, a large inhomogeneous lesion of the conus medullaris, and a bone metastasis invading the sacral canal.

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Extra- and intradural spinal metastases from breast cancer - “MRI of the lumbar spine showed secondary neoplastic lesions in multiple locations: A bone metastasis of the os sacrum invading the sacral canal (ex...”

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