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Can someone explain me below MRI report
Scan Protocol: MRI of the Cervical Spine screening was performed T2W in the Sagittal planes. Findings: Straightening of spine seen. Mild disc bulges are noted at C4-5, C5-6, indenting the ventral subarachnoid space The cervical vertebral bodies show normal size, contours and marrow intensities. No gross vertebral collapse / destruction / retro- pulsion is noted. Visualised parts of the posterior elements are normal. Cervico- vertebral junction is normal. The cervical spinal cord does not reveal any mass lesion.
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