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CT/Myelogram (uncommon)

CT/Myelogram (uncommon)

Myelography, with or without CT,  is a technique of visualizing the spinal canal by injection of radiopaque contrast into the canal. In spine applications, CT scan almost always follows myelography in order to obtain the most detailed information. MRI has largely replaced CT myelogram, however in post op patients whose hardware obscures visualization under MRI, or who cannot undergo an MRI, CT myelogram remains a useful modality.

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