EURORAD ESR

Case 6708

Avulsion injury of left C6 root

Author(s)
C. Karatziou, K. Anastasiadou, C. Tzikas, V.Lallas, P. Palladas
 
Patient
male, 50 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    sagittal T2WI

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at sagittal T2WI

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    sagittal T1WI

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with decreased signal at sagittal T1WI

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    coronal T2WI

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at coronal T2WI with fat suppression.

     
     
     
  • Figure 4
    coronal T1WI

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with decreased signal at coronal T1WI

     
     
     
  • Figure 5
    axial T2WI
     

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at axial T2WI with fat suppression, with effusion of CSF and obscurness of the left C6 root.

     

    Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at axial T2WI with effusion of CSF and obscurness of the left C6 root.

     

    Fracture of the left clavicle.

     
     
     
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at sagittal T2WI
 
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with decreased signal at sagittal T1WI
 
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at coronal T2WI with fat suppression.
 
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with decreased signal at coronal T1WI
 
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at axial T2WI with fat suppression, with effusion of CSF and obscurness of the left C6 root.
 
Dilated left C5-C6 neural foramen with increased signal at axial T2WI with effusion of CSF and obscurness of the left C6 root.
 
Fracture of the left clavicle.
 
 
 
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