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Image Review of spine
Contents of epidural space: vessels, nerves, fat!nerves Free egress of solution injected
Image Review of spine
THICKNESS OF LIGAMENT(mm) Cervical 1.5–3.0 Thoracic 3.0–5.0 Lumbar 5.0–6.0b Caudal 2.0–6.0
Image Review of spine- C spine 30 male 38 female, myelography
Image Review of spine- C spine CT 30 male, C female, CT myelography
Image Review of spine- C spine MRI 23 female
Image Review of spine- T,L spine CT-myelography Filum terminale cauda equina
Image Review of spine- L spine CT L3 body, L3 root, fat! L3,4 disc L4,5 L5 root just left dural sac. L5,S1 dural sac 小 S1 root 明顯 L5 剛出洞
Image Review of spine- L spine HIVD R’t S1 radiculopathy. 61 female.49 male, CT myelography Dural sac compression
Image Review of spine - L spine HIVD 36 male 56 female. 34 male L5 root
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis 61 male, spur formation, L3,4 disc degeneration
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Disc+ facet+ ligamentum => lumbar stenosis
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Disc vacuum+ facet Facet subluxation
Image Review of spine- Lumbar spondylosis Pure ligamentum flavum hypertrophy
Image Review of spine- C spine HIVD
Image Review of spine- Cervical spondylosis 68 male, spur, C5-6-7 foramenal stenosis
Image Review of spine - Cervical spondylosis 78 male, R’t facet+spur => foramen 小 L’t facet, foramen ok! 63 male, C5, pure facet => foramen stenosis
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