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CT C spine NL

Technique: Contiguous axial CT images of the cervical spine were obtained without the use of iodinated contrast. Coronal and sagittal reformations were created. Findings: The normal lordotic curve of cervical spine is preserved. Vertebral body heights and intervertebral disc heights are maintained. There are no fractures or suspicious bone lesions. There is no spinal canal or neural foraminal narrowing. The facet joints are unremarkable. The visualized paraspinal soft tissues are unremarkable. Conclusion: No acute cervical spine abnormalities.