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Figure 2: Neuroradiological imaging of case 6 (a) sagittal T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging disclosing one huge high signal mass in the deep neck and high cervical spine. (b) Real-time two-dimensional images of DynaCT showing the huge tumor with low-density compressed the airway (black arrow). (c) It revealing less airway compression after tumor debulking shown in the smaller extent of low density (black arrow), and the air bubbles near the tumor were also visible after resection. (d) Six months after the third surgery and sagittal T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating one residual tumor with uneventful clinical conditions

Figure 2: Neuroradiological imaging of case 6 (a) sagittal T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging disclosing one huge high signal mass in the deep neck and high cervical spine. (b) Real-time two-dimensional images of DynaCT showing the huge tumor with low-density compressed the airway (black arrow). (c) It revealing less airway compression after tumor debulking shown in the smaller extent of low density (black arrow), and the air bubbles near the tumor were also visible after resection. (d) Six months after the third surgery and sagittal T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating one residual tumor with uneventful clinical conditions