Cervical vertebrae

What is Cervical vertebrae?

Cervical vertebrae are those vertebrae immediately inferior to the skull.

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I have a souldering pain. The doctor advised me to take an X-ray for cervical spine lat view. It is reported that austeoprosis is seen in bone. The...

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Bone dexa scan-for bone mineral density should be done.also serum calcium levels.If osteoporosis is confirmed, then specific treatment must begin...

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i have intolerable pain in my right arm the dr needed an mri the mri report contains the following: cervical spine revealed straightened cerdital...

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your report is not normal the cervical spine condition causing pressure on nerves and spinal cord
you should immediately...

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Have had a sore and stiff neck for about 3 weeks......what can be the causes besides...

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Apart from torticollis in the muscles these are the few possibilities for stiff neck

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