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MRI study of the thoracic spine without contrast dated 03/14/11
CLINICAL INFO:  Radiculopathy, Back Pain

1. Sagittal plane 3mm T1, proton density, and FSE T2 Images.
2.  Axial plane FSE T2 images

At the T5-6 level there is a small left-sided disc protrusion resulting in a mild stenosis of the left side of the spinal cancel.  The minimally indents the ventral contour of the cord but there is preservation of the sunatachnoid space dorsal to the cord.  The neural foramina.are of adequate size.

At T6-7 there is a minimal midline disc protrusion without the lateralization to the other side.  There is no deformity of the cord.  The neural foramina are of normal size.  

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