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T2-T6 posterior epidural tumour. Tumour extends from right to left foramina, and causes mild expansion of bony canal and some of the foramina. There is anterior displacement and compression of spinal cord.
The tumour is heterogenous on T1 and T2 - predominalty dark on T1, mildly hyperintense on T2. Lower portion of tumour has more focal dark T1 and intermediate T2 areas. Some peripheral flow void seen, difficult to differentiate from normal epidural vessels. Tumour shows avid enhancement.
On more detailed analysis, there are internal fatty tissue, but not a dominant feature on first inspection.