MRI Spine

This includes the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. The patient will lie on his/her back.
Contrast may be used if there is a suspected lesion or if the patient has had recent back surgery.
  •  Disc disease.
  • Nerve entrapment.
  • Tumours.
  • White matter conditions.
  • Post traumatic injury to the spinal cord is best seen on MRI.

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