In regards to this last point, if stainless steel was used for the fusion, the artifact is much more of a problem than if titanium was used. Recently, titanium has been used for most fusions, and stainless steel has largely fallen out of favor because of the inability to get a postoperative MRI scan.
If a patient’s symptoms match the indications for an MRI scan, and there are no known risk factors (contraindications), then an MRI scan can potentially be very beneficial in helping plan further back pain treatment.
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