Severe cervical canal stenosis with cord compression
Six weeks of left arm paraesthesia.
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Left paracentral C5/6 disc extrusion. Severe central canal stenosis with obliteration of anterior and posterior CSF spaces and distortion of the cord. High T2 signal within cord suggestive of oedema. No blooming to suggest haemorrhage.
The patient was taken to theatre and had an uncomplicated ACDF. Post-operative he reported that the paraesthesia had resolved.