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but when you look to the MRI on the past also in neutral position supine the didn’t show any buckling of this ligamentum
” Maybe when you hit your head, this caused injury to the ligamentum” if you mean to the buckling of what see this was not see in MRI of 2016 (even 6 years after the injury ) so how can say this injury cause the ligament flavum to buckling
.when you take a injury of what happened to me ,and from your experience what this injury (head hit on a wall ) can do to cervical spine ?
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