Normal anatomy of the spinal cord
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MRI has revolutionised imaging of the spinal cord and has replaced myelography in almost all situations—though myelography still has a place where there are contraindications to MRI. In this section, the normal spinal anatomy is illustrated using both MRI and myelography, as well as some more rarely used imaging techniques such as spinal angiography.
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