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Figure 3: A case of cervical myelopathy due to C5/6 disc herniation. (a) Preoperative lateral radiograph of cervical spine showing narrowing of disc space between C5C6 and straightening of spine (b) Preoperative cervical T2W MRI cervidal spine sagittal cut showing prolapse of C5-6 disc associated with edema signal of the spinal cord, (c) Postoperative x-ray cervical spine lateral view three years followup showing anterior discectomy and fusion. (d) Sagittal reconstruction computed tomography scans at three years followup showing good bony fusion

Figure 3: A case of cervical myelopathy due to C5/6 disc herniation. (a) Preoperative lateral radiograph of cervical spine showing narrowing of disc space between C5C6 and straightening of spine (b) Preoperative cervical T2W MRI cervidal spine sagittal cut showing prolapse of C5-6 disc associated with edema signal of the spinal cord, (c) Postoperative x-ray cervical spine lateral view three years followup showing anterior discectomy and fusion. (d) Sagittal reconstruction computed tomography scans at three years followup showing good bony fusion