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Figure 1: (a and b) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord haemorrhage; a central large hypodensity with thin rim of hyperdensity within the spinal cord. (c and d) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord oedema; a homogeneous hyperdensity within the spinal cord. (e and f) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord contusion; a small hypodensity within the cord with a thick rim of hyperdensity. (g and h) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord compression, a compression of the cord such that it is difficult to make out the complete outline of the spinal cord. (i) Sagittal imaging of cord transection and (j) axial imaging of complete separation of proximal spinal cord (red arrow) from distal cord (white arrow)

Figure 1: (a and b) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord haemorrhage; a central large hypodensity with thin rim of hyperdensity within the spinal cord. (c and d) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord oedema; a homogeneous hyperdensity within the spinal cord. (e and f) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord contusion; a small hypodensity within the cord with a thick rim of hyperdensity. (g and h) Sagittal and axial magnetic resonant imaging showing cord compression, a compression of the cord such that it is difficult to make out the complete outline of the spinal cord. (i) Sagittal imaging of cord transection and (j) axial imaging of complete separation of proximal spinal cord (red arrow) from distal cord (white arrow)