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Degenerative cervical spine disease

Severe, multilevel degenerative disk 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 disk 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 Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body (29th ed., US); used with permission

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