Ha, and you call yourself a nerd. I got your spine and adjusted the two image halves to have similar brightness / contrast. I didn't go too far, as you start to degrade the image more and more.jimmylegs wrote:in the dx mri the cord is looking sort of like corduroy roadkill, kind of spread out and taking up a good chunk of space in the "thecal sac" around the cord.
on the followup mri the thecal sac is looking more distinct from the cord.
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