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MRI of spondylosis in lumbar spine

Case Study
Mahajan, Harsh, M.D. Mahajan Imaging • India

MR examination

A MRI of the lumbar spine was performed using Ingenia Prodiva 1.5T at Mahajan Imaging, New Delhi, India.

Images

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T1W Voxels 0.85 x 1 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3.09 min.T2 TSE Voxels 0.80 x 105 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3.02 min.
T1W
T2 TSE
Voxels 0.85 x 1 x 4mm
Scan time 3.09 min.
Voxels 0.80 x 105 x 4mm
Scan time 3.02 min.
T1W Voxels 0.8 x 0.95 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3.37 min.T2 TSE Voxels 0.65 x 0.81 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3 min.
T1W
T2 TSE
Voxels 0.8 x 0.95 x 4mm
Scan time 3.37 min.
Voxels 0.65 x 0.81 x 4mm
Scan time 3 min.
STIR Voxels 1.10 x 1.26 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3.07 minSTIR Voxels 1.09 x 1.36 x 4mm <br>
Scan time 3.11 min
STIR
STIR
Voxels 1.10 x 1.26 x 4mm
Scan time 3.07 min
Voxels 1.09 x 1.36 x 4mm
Scan time 3.11 min

Image findings

These MRI images show spondylotic degenerative changes in the lumbar spine, in view of the osteophyte, disc desiccations and Schmorl’s nodes with lumbarization of S1, post-laminectomy changes at L5-S1 and S1-S2 levels with disc protrusion and extrusion, and diffuse disc bulges from L3-L5 with nerve root compression.

   

 

Read more about the experiences with Prodiva at Mahajan Imaging: 

FieldStrength article: Surprising MRI quality at reasonable price with low running cost 

 

 

 

Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.



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Case Study
Prodiva 1.5T
Lumbar spine, Neuro, Spine, spondylosis
 

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