Myelogram

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022

A myelogram is a test to inspect troubles with your spinal canal. The canal is a tunnel-like structure in your spinal column that borders your spinal cord. A myelogram uses a dye injected into the back canal with the advice of imaging. Regular X-ray or CT scan might additionally be used. You can drink water or other clear fluids. Tell the doctor if you: Are pregnant or think you might be pregnant; Have any bleeding issues; Take blood slimmers or other medications. You might be informed to stop taking these 1 or more days before your test. Have had back surgical procedure or low pain in the back; Have any allergies.

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