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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: A 68-year-old male, with a moderate spinal instability neoplastic score, came with low back pain with acute onset weakness bilateral lower limbs (Frankel grade A) loss of bowel and bladder control from 3 days. T1W, T2W, and contrast sagittal imaging of the dorsal spine (a-c) showed multiple pathological lesions involving multiple vertebral body with pathological fracture collapse body of T8 with marked compression of spinal cord. The patient underwent T6-T10 posterior stabilization and T8 central laminectomy and decompression with biopsy (d)

Figure 1: A 68-year-old male, with a moderate spinal instability neoplastic score, came with low back pain with acute onset weakness bilateral lower limbs (Frankel grade A) loss of bowel and bladder control from 3 days. T1W, T2W, and contrast sagittal imaging of the dorsal spine (a-c) showed multiple pathological lesions involving multiple vertebral body with pathological fracture collapse body of T8 with marked compression of spinal cord. The patient underwent T6-T10 posterior stabilization and T8 central laminectomy and decompression with biopsy (d)