cervical myelogram

cer·vi·cal my·e·lo·gram

contrast medium introduced directly into the cervical subarachnoid space, or moved with the help of gravity from the lumbar region, to outline the cervical cord and nerve roots.
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The following case describes an HIV-seropositive patient who developed encephalopathy after undergoing a cervical myelogram that utilized iopamidol dye (Isovue-M 300 mg/mL).
We present a case of an HIV-infected patient with iopamidol-induced meningoencephalopathy after a CT cervical myelogram.
Our patient was given 15 mL of the 300 mg/mL strength of iopamidol for the cervical myelogram.