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At the dorsal surface of the cord at C2/3 level there is an ovoid enhancing nodule measuring 2 x 4 x 4.5 mm. This is associated with T2 hyperintensity of the cervical cord extending from C1/2 to C5, and mild prominence of the central canal of the spinal cord posterior to the C6 vertebral body.
No further sites of abnormal contrast enhancement. Remainder of the cord (thoracic and lumbar spine - not shown) has normal signal.
Calibre of the spinal canal is capacious throughout. No high-grade foraminal stenosis.
Mild reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. Alignment is otherwise normal. Normal vertebral body heights and marrow signal.