09 March 2023>: Articles
Separation Surgery and Postoperative Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy for a High-Grade Myxofibrosarcoma Involving the Spine: A Case Report
Unusual or unexpected effect of treatment, Rare diseaseYutaro Kanda ** , Takashi Yurube * , Ryosuke Kuroda A , Kenichiro Kakutani A
Am J Case Rep 2023; 24:e939368
Figure 2. Preoperative magnetic resonance images (MRI) of the spine showing multiple mass lesion at C7–T5 level. (A, B) Sagittal T2-weighted (A) and T1-weighted (B) images showing multiple high-intensity mass lesion at C7–T5 level. (C) A sagittal gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted image showing multiple enhanced mass lesion at C7–T5 level. (D) Coronal T2-weighted image showing multiple high-intensity mass lesion. (E) An axial T2-weighted image showing an extradural high-intensity mass lesion at the right side of C6/7. (F, G) Axial T2-weighted images showing multiple mass lesion at the T3 (F) and T4 (G) invading rib, vertebrae, and spinal canal with spinal cord compression. White arrows indicate the tumor.