Clinical value of magnetic resonance imaging for cervical myelopathy.

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The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings in 115 cases of cervical myelopathy, 121 cases of cervical radiculopathy, and 64 cases of neck pain with no neurologic deficit were prospectively studied to investigate the clinical value of MRI for cervical myelopathy. The MRI findings in the T1-weighted sagittal projection were classified into four groups… (More)

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@article{Nagata1990ClinicalVO, title={Clinical value of magnetic resonance imaging for cervical myelopathy.}, author={K. Nagata and Kouhei Kiyonaga and T. Ohashi and Mina Sagara and S. Miyazaki and A. Inoue}, journal={Spine}, year={1990}, volume={15 11}, pages={1088-96} }