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Figure 1: (a-c): Anteroposterior and lateral (flexion-extension) radiographs of cervical spine showing ill-defined lytic lesion involving the body of C2 and instability at C1–C2. (d and e): Postoperative X-ray showing posterior occipitocervical fixation with occipital plate and lateral mass screws

Figure 1: (a-c): Anteroposterior and lateral (flexion-extension) radiographs of cervical spine showing ill-defined lytic lesion involving the body of C2 and instability at C1–C2. (d and e): Postoperative X-ray showing posterior occipitocervical fixation with occipital plate and lateral mass screws