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Myelomalacia
Anterior wedge compression of c5 vertebra. The cord at c5 vertebral level shows a focal area of myelomalacia .
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Myelomalacia is the area of nerve dysfunction and is unlikely to recover and function normally. In this case it is likely due to injury to cervical vertebra. Many times such injuries need surgical treatment. Please meet with a neurosurgeon/ neurologist.
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