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Cervical spine has lost the normal physiological lordosis and has a straight vertebral body alignment. There are loss of cervical disc sign on T2 inferring dehydration. C5/6: Moderate right paramedian disc protrusion indents the spinal cord anteriorly, with normal cord signal maintained. Mild stenosis of the right intervertebral foramen. C6/7: Moderate central disc protrusion indents the spinal cord anteriorly, especially with a left paramedian disc extrusion component, associated with high cord signal on T2. Mild stenosis of the intervertebral foramina.