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1. A rounded component within the canal, extending from the C4/5 level upward behind the C4 vertebral body, to the right of the cervical cord causes dramatic compression of the cervical cord which is displaced posterolaterally towards the left and has high T2 signal. The mass appears intradural, connected to the foraminal component along the C5 nerve root sheath.
2. The component of the mass within the foramen results in bony remodelling and displacement of the right vertebral artery anteriorly.
3. The large lateral component deep to sternocleidomastoid is located posterolateral to the carotid sheath.
The remainder of the study is unremarkable, with no other masses evident. The cervical cord above and below the compressing lesion is unremarkable also.
Report from Department of Radiology, Royal Melbourne Hospital.