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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Severe, multi-level degenerative disc disease changes but without significant spinal cord compression (i.e., neither deformation nor intrinsic T2 changes) on cervical MRI (sagittal T2)

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Cervical MRI (sagittal T2) with mild degenerative joint disease and disc bulging

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Cervical MRI (sagittal T2) with moderate degenerative joint disease but no significant spinal cord compression

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Diagram of subsets of cervical spondylosis, including various symptoms possibly arising within the larger field of asymptomatic (radiographic) spondylosis

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

A single level of spinal cord compression with T2 changes, on cervical sagittal T2 sequence in the presence of symptomatic cervical spondylotic myelopathy

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Previous spinal cord compression at C3/4 on sagittal T2 MRI, with residual T2 changes, and new compression at C2/3 and C6/7, with T2 changes

Dennis A. Turner, MA, MD

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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Chart showing average dermatome size and location. Radicular pain is usually confined to a single dermatome

From the 20th US edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body; used with permission

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