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Figure 2: (a) Is sagittal and axial magnetic resonance imaging showing cord compression, (b) Is a sagittal and axial magnetic resonance imaging showing cord transection, a complete separation of proximal spinal cord (red arrow A) from distal cord (red arrow B). (c) Is a midsagittal, cervical magnetic resonance imaging showing how Di and di, Da and da, and Db and db were measured and used to calculate maximum canal compromise and maximum spinal cord compression and how the length of spinal cord lesion was measured

Figure 2: (a) Is sagittal and axial magnetic resonance imaging showing cord compression, (b) Is a sagittal and axial magnetic resonance imaging showing cord transection, a complete separation of proximal spinal cord (red arrow A) from distal cord (red arrow B). (c) Is a midsagittal, cervical magnetic resonance imaging showing how Di and di, Da and da, and Db and db were measured and used to calculate maximum canal compromise and maximum spinal cord compression and how the length of spinal cord lesion was measured