Cervical MRI reviewed and explained by Dr. Castanet in this video blog post. Do you wonder how radiologists and other doctors read MRI scans? Have you seen your written report, chock full of Latin words that you don’t understand? Would it help for you to have someone explain, in simple terms, the anatomy of a cervical MRI scan? And to show you what we look for and what some simple pathology may look like?
Then take a look at this video post by Dr. Castanet. He provides a simple demonstration of all the relevant anatomy so that you feel more comfortable in understanding your problem, and feel less fear and anxiety about whatever may be your problem. Dr. Castanet shows you the vertebrae, spinal discs, and spinal cord, and he discusses common pathology.
Some common terms you may have seen on your cervical MRI report are herniated discs, bulging discs, protruding disc, extruded disc, foraminal stenosis, central stenosis, disc/osteophyte complex, facet arthropathy, modic changes, spondylosis, spondylolisthesis, nerve impingement, spinal cord, etc. What do they all mean? Listen to this video to find out more about cervical anatomy and what those terms mean. Cervical MRI reviewed.
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