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Figure 18 T1 sagittal (A), SWI axial (B), sagittal T2 (C), and T1C+ (D) images showing ependymoma arising from the fourth ventricle (arrow in A) with calcified meningioma (arrow in B) posterior to right cerebellar hemisphere. Multiple enhancing intradural extramedullary spinal tumors (arrows in C and D) noted likely multiple schwannomas and meningiomas − MISME [multiple inherited schwannomas (MIS), meningiomas (M), and ependymomas (E)].

Figure 18 T1 sagittal (A), SWI axial (B), sagittal T2 (C), and T1C+ (D) images showing ependymoma arising from the fourth ventricle (arrow in A) with calcified meningioma (arrow in B) posterior to right cerebellar hemisphere. Multiple enhancing intradural extramedullary spinal tumors (arrows in C and D) noted likely multiple schwannomas and meningiomas − MISME [multiple inherited schwannomas (MIS), meningiomas (M), and ependymomas (E)].