Case of the Week 133. Elderly male presents with Clinical signs of Myelopathy. What are the abnormal findings? What is the Diagnosis?. Answers. Abnormal Findings:
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Elderly male presents with Clinical signs of Myelopathy
Here are the plain radiographs of this same patient. In addition to the obvious DISH, the OPLL is noted posteriorly and a ‘nuchal bone’ is seen behind the SPs. Facet degeneration is particularly prominent at C4-5 on the right.