Normal thoracic spine MRI

Case contributed by Bruno Di Muzio
Diagnosis not applicable


Lower thoracic levels non-specific pain.

Patient Data

Age: 35-year-old
Gender: Female

Thoracic spine MRI


The vertebrals bodies keep normal alignment, signal and height. The canal is capacious at all levels with no cord compression. The cord is unremarkable. Incidentally noted T10 hemangioma. 

Case Discussion

This case illustrates the appearance of a normal thoracic spine MRI in a 35-year-old female. For more examples like this one, please refer to the article on normal spine imaging examples

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