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Figure 1: (a and b) Preoperative cervical T2 and T1 magnetic resonance imaging of 47-year-old male with severe radiculopathy and foraminal narrowing caused by C6 collapse. (c) It was shown to decrease height of C6 vertebrae on lateral cervical spine X-ray. (d and e) Postoperative cervical sagittal computed tomography and lateral X-ray view. Fibular graft has shown. (f) Postoperative cervical spine lateral X-ray view of the patient with complete bone fusion and physiological lordosis recovered at the end of 6 years

Figure 1: (a and b) Preoperative cervical T2 and T1 magnetic resonance imaging of 47-year-old male with severe radiculopathy and foraminal narrowing caused by C6 collapse. (c) It was shown to decrease height of C6 vertebrae on lateral cervical spine X-ray. (d and e) Postoperative cervical sagittal computed tomography and lateral X-ray view. Fibular graft has shown. (f) Postoperative cervical spine lateral X-ray view of the patient with complete bone fusion and physiological lordosis recovered at the end of 6 years