CT myelographic findings in degenerative disorders of the cervical spine: clinical significance.

@article{Penning1986CTMF,
  title={CT myelographic findings in degenerative disorders of the cervical spine: clinical significance.},
  author={Lourens Penning and J. T. Wilmink and H H van Woerden and Edward F Knol},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={1986},
  volume={146 4},
  pages={
          793-801
        }
}
CT myelographic data in 80 patients with clinical evidence of nerve-root involvement or long tract signs attributed to degenerative disorders of the cervical spine were classed into five diagnostic groups, and their clinical significance was assessed. Unilateral flattening of the cord by a spondylotic mass or bulging disk in a normally wide canal (group 1) was considered nonspecific because nerve-root signs were nearly as often contralateral as unilateral to the radiologic findings, and none of… CONTINUE READING

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