Cervical lordosis

What is Cervical lordosis?

The normal, anteriorly convex curvature of the cervical segment of the vertebral column; cervical lordosis is a secondary curvature of the vertebral column, acquired postnatally as the infant lifts its head.

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Hello Doctor, I had been suffering from bouts of giddiness from time to time. I was asked to get an XRay of my cervical done and I have been...

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Hi,
From history it seems that you might be having cervical spondilitis.
Due to degenerative changes in spines there might be loss of normal...

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Hello Doctor, I had been suffering from bouts of giddiness from time to time. I was asked to get an XRay of my cervical done and I have been...

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Hello dear, loss of cervical lordosis may be due to variety of reasons - congenital, trauma, degenerative changes, or more commonly due lifestyle...

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i am a 20 year old female i was diagnosed with loss of normal cervical lordosis and a minimal disc bulge at c4-5 and c5-6 levels last year. one...

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Hi, Earlier line 6 months ago I had cervical Lordosis due to which I used feel numbness in my fingure. But after consulting with doctor that got...

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Hi, My brother had pain in his right hand. When checked the doctor said to take scan and on reading report told he needs to get operated. Attached...

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Need the interpretation of CT results. Computer tomography of the cervical spine segment: No pathological changes are visible in the enclosed...

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Hi I was wondering if you could give me some information on loss of normal cervical lordosis, most commonly due to muscular spasm with a minor...

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I am 31 yrs old and was sufeering from giddiness and voimitting feeling.The doc suggested to get a Brain MRI done and teh result is as follows -...

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