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Question about radiologic examination report

scali71sscali71 Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:41 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Can someone decipher a radiologic exam report?

Prevertebral soft tissues are normal, Intervertebral disc space is well maintained. Normal atlantoaxial interval. Incidentally noted is a very smoothly marginated fragment posterior to the C-7 spinous process. There is no associated edema. This most likely represents non-union of the secondary ossification center vs a remote or old clay shoveler's fratcture. There is no evidence for acute fracture.

Thank you for your help


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