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What can you see on a lumbosacral spine mri?

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Dr. Mazen Ghani
Radiology
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In brief: Many things

An MRI of the lumbosacral spine allows the radiologist to evaluate the bones, ligaments, spinal cord, nerves, muscles, CSF (fluid around the spinal cord and nerves).
One can see fractures, tumors, spinal cord disease, herniated discs, and arthritis to name a few things.

In brief: Many things

An MRI of the lumbosacral spine allows the radiologist to evaluate the bones, ligaments, spinal cord, nerves, muscles, CSF (fluid around the spinal cord and nerves).
One can see fractures, tumors, spinal cord disease, herniated discs, and arthritis to name a few things.
Dr. Mazen Ghani
Dr. Mazen Ghani
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Dr. Edwin Schuller
Family Medicine

In brief: Fine structures

Fine structures including bone, bone marrow, nerves, nerve roots, discs, structures of discs and their pathologies spinal cord, epidural space and other anatomical structures of the back.

In brief: Fine structures

Fine structures including bone, bone marrow, nerves, nerve roots, discs, structures of discs and their pathologies spinal cord, epidural space and other anatomical structures of the back.
Dr. Edwin Schuller
Dr. Edwin Schuller
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