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CT Report Clarification

jp91jjp91 Posts: 2
edited 08/13/2013 - 8:10 PM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
can someone tell me what this means and is the fusion most likely on its way to failing.

---ct scan c5/c6 anterior fusion: there is bone density within the cage, but a thin bony cleft is seen at the midportion of the cage, suggesting incomplete bony fusion.-----

this ct scan was taken 12 months post op.

thank you

https://www.spine-health.com/forum/announcements/spine-health-announcements/mri-reports-why-we-cant-advise
C5/C6 Anterior Fusion 2011
L5/S1 Lumbar Fusion 2004
--Chronic Neck, Right Shoulder, Right Arm, Upper Pectoral Pain after C5/C6 Fusion
--Mod Trapezius Atrophy after C5/C6 Fusion
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