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Can my cervical spine MRI without contrast show a pinched nerve?

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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Yes it could show

Clearly.

In brief: Yes it could show

Clearly.
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Dr. Richard Guyer
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine

In brief: Absolutely

While not all mris are of the same quality, in general they are used to determine if there is a pinched or compressed nerve or spinal cord in the cervical spine.
Constrast is used only in special circumstances.

In brief: Absolutely

While not all mris are of the same quality, in general they are used to determine if there is a pinched or compressed nerve or spinal cord in the cervical spine.
Constrast is used only in special circumstances.
Dr. Richard Guyer
Dr. Richard Guyer
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