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Figure 1: (A) MRI cervical spine depicting the aneurysmal bone cyst involving all the elements of C5 vertebral body. There is an epidural component with cord compression. (B) Postoperative MRI of the cervical spine at 24 months follow-up which showed no residual lesion. (C) Postoperative X-ray of the cervical spine which showed the C5 corpectomy defect, cage with anterior cervical plating, and lateral mass screws with rods and caps seen in situ

Figure 1: (A) MRI cervical spine depicting the aneurysmal bone cyst involving all the elements of C5 vertebral body. There is an epidural component with cord compression. (B) Postoperative MRI of the cervical spine at 24 months follow-up which showed no residual lesion. (C) Postoperative X-ray of the cervical spine which showed the C5 corpectomy defect, cage with anterior cervical plating, and lateral mass screws with rods and caps seen <i>in situ</i>