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From: Anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion for blastomycosis causing destruction of C6 vertebra: a case report

Fig. 2

Preoperative sagittal (right) and axial at the C6 level (left) T2-weighted fast spin-echo magnetic resonance imaging views. The views show C6 osteomyelitis with significant vertebral body destruction (arrow), vertebral abscess at C6 level with posterior subligamentous extension into the spinal canal including mild posterior displacement and compression of cervical spinal cord

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