MRI, Spine Vs Prone and Disc Herniations.

Published November 13, 2017

Magnetic resonance imaging Medicine 2017 Sep A possible alternative to a standing lateral radiograph for evaluating cervical sagittal alignment in patients with cervical disc herniation?

 

Convincing evidence supporting the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as an effective tool for evaluating cervical sagittal alignment is lacking. This study aims to analyze the differences and correlations between cervical sagittal parameters on x-ray and MRI in patients with cervical disc herniation and to determine whether MRI could substitute for cervical x-ray for measurement of cervical sagittal parameters

"One hundred forty-three adults with cervical disc . . .

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