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All our posts on Spine MRI Radiology . We regularly post on Spine MRI with all the posts on this page.

 

Spine MRI Radiology can be difficult due to the complex anatomy and the many pathologies that occur. In our posts we have concise explanation of the Spine MRI anatomy, the macroscopic pathology that’s relevant to the Imaging and the Imaging findings in various pathologies.

 

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Why you will forget more than 50% of what you learn within an hour. And how to change that.

You will forget more than 50% of what you learn within an hour and over 2/3rds by the end of the day. When I want to learn something new, my usual method is to read journal articles or go to a meeting that covers the topic. Knowledge comes in, has a quick cup of tea …

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Spondylotic Myelopathy vs Myelomalacia: No more confusion

Spondylolytic myelopathy and Myelomalacia: They are quite different but there is often confusion between the use of the terms. Lets look at what they are and how to differentiate them. Spondylotic Myelopathy Refers to increased T2 signal in the cord, from oedema, due to extrinsic compression of the cord ( degenerative causes like disc, osteophyte) …

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Radiology Education Diagnosis Please: Spinal cord lesion MRI

This is the first in a regular series of posts on cases of interest. Incidental finding in a 40yo male. Image above.     ANSWER Cavernomas of the spinal cord have a very specific appearance on MRI with the following features Lobulated well defined lesion mixed signal T1 and T2 No significant enhancement Low signal …

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