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Old 03-23-2005, 09:48 AM   #1
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MRI results

I just received a copy of my MRI, and wanted to know if anyone could explain what is cord signal?

the report states Large herniated pulposus C5-6 on the left with cord compression and cord signal alteration.

I know that pulposus is a herniated disc, I presume that it is oressing on the spine, producing spinal cord compression, but what is cord signal.

thanks for any info


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