Spine MRI and CT would have to be the most common imaging performed. As simple or as complex as you want to make it. After years of running workshops it strikes me that when we are taught as trainees, no one really teaches us how to report a spine study properly. How to have a structure, concentrate on what’s important, use proper terminology and come up with a simple, accurate, concise report. Our posts will give you practical tips on spine MRI and CT imaging useful in your daily reporting.

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