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Figure 8: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging T2-weighted sagittal images showing subluxation of the C5–C6 vertebrae causing compression of the cervical cord along with cord signal changes. (b-d) Postoperative sagittal X-ray, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging T2-weighted images showing decompression and realignment of the cervical cord with fixation using cervical plates and screws

Figure 8: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging T2-weighted sagittal images showing subluxation of the C5–C6 vertebrae causing compression of the cervical cord along with cord signal changes. (b-d) Postoperative sagittal X-ray, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging T2-weighted images showing decompression and realignment of the cervical cord with fixation using cervical plates and screws