Regular x-rays of the spine only give a clear picture of bones. The dye (contrast agent) used in a myelogram shows up white on the x-ray allowing the doctor to view the spinal cord, exiting nerves, and canal in detail (Fig. 1). The doctor inserts a hollow needle through your skin into the spinal canal (see lumbar puncture). The dye is injected into the space surrounding the spinal cord and nerve roots. This dye is radiopaque, meaning it’s impenetrable by x-ray. Then x-rays and/or a CT scan are done. The scan can see fine details and can tell your doctor how your bones are affecting your nerves.
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