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Figure 2: (A, B) MRI of the thoracic spine depicting an extensive, multicystic giant aneurysmal bone cyst involving the T9 vertebral body. There is evidence of destruction of the right T9 lamina and pedicle with extension of the tumor into the spinal canal. Note the multiple fluid levels within the tumor. (C, D) Postoperative MRI of the thoracic spine, which showed no residual lesion at 48 months, follow up. (E) Postoperative x-ray of the thoracic spine with implants in situ at 56 months follow up; note there is no evidence of kyphosis

Figure 2: (A, B) MRI of the thoracic spine depicting an extensive, multicystic giant aneurysmal bone cyst involving the T9 vertebral body. There is evidence of destruction of the right T9 lamina and pedicle with extension of the tumor into the spinal canal. Note the multiple fluid levels within the tumor. (C, D) Postoperative MRI of the thoracic spine, which showed no residual lesion at 48 months, follow up. (E) Postoperative x-ray of the thoracic spine with implants <i>in situ</i> at 56 months follow up; note there is no evidence of kyphosis