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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) spectrum of hemangioblastomas. A&B: Sagittal T1-weighted post-contrast (a) and axial T2-weighted (b) MRI images of patient no. 7, respectively; C&D: Axial (c) and sagittal (d) T1-weighted post-contrast MRI images of patient no. 11, respectively; E&F: Axial T1-weighted post-contrast (e) and sagittal T2-weighted (f) MRI images of patient no. 19 respectively; G&H: Sagittal spine T1-weighted post-contrast (g) and sagittal T2- weighted (h) MRI images of a cervical spinal cord hemangioblastoma patient no. 10, respectively

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) spectrum of hemangioblastomas. A&B: Sagittal T1-weighted post-contrast (a) and axial T2-weighted (b) MRI images of patient no. 7, respectively; C&D: Axial (c) and sagittal (d) T1-weighted post-contrast MRI images of patient no. 11, respectively; E&F: Axial T1-weighted post-contrast (e) and sagittal T2-weighted (f) MRI images of patient no. 19 respectively; G&H: Sagittal spine T1-weighted post-contrast (g) and sagittal T2- weighted (h) MRI images of a cervical spinal cord hemangioblastoma patient no. 10, respectively