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At the level of a chronic T5 vertebral compression fracture, there is a focal C-shaped anterior displacement of the cord, which is mildly rotated and closely applied to the left anterolateral dura with obliteration of the anterior CSF plane. This is associated with T2 hyperintensity and atrophy of the left hemicord at adjacent levels. There is no obstruction to CSF flow in the enlarged posterior CSF space.