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Figure 1: Ewing's sarcoma: Sagittal T2 (a), T1 (b), coronal T2FS (c) and axial T2 (white arrow in d) magnetic resonance images show the area of altered signal intensity in the left side of sacrum showing predominantly hyperintense, hypointense and hyperintense signal abnormality respectively. Corresponding DWI (e) high signal and apparent diffusion coefficient signal (f) were seen, with heterogeneous enhancement on post-contrast images (black star in g). There is the involvement of corresponding posterior elements as well as the iliac surface of the left sacroiliac joint (black arrow in d)

Figure 1: Ewing's sarcoma: Sagittal T2 (a), T1 (b), coronal T2FS (c) and axial T2 (white arrow in d) magnetic resonance images show the area of altered signal intensity in the left side of sacrum showing predominantly hyperintense, hypointense and hyperintense signal abnormality respectively. Corresponding DWI (e) high signal and apparent diffusion coefficient signal (f) were seen, with heterogeneous enhancement on post-contrast images (black star in g). There is the involvement of corresponding posterior elements as well as the iliac surface of the left sacroiliac joint (black arrow in d)