Luschka's joints

What is Luschka's joints?

In anatomy, Luschka's joints are formed between uncinate processes below, and the uncus above.They are located in the cervical region of the vertebral column between C3 and C7.

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Can you please explain my x-ray of cervical spine as follows: There is a straightening of the normal cervical lordosis . There is spondylotic...

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This appears to be degenerative arthritis of her cervical spine, some of the bony pieces pressing on the...

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just received ER lab report. xray of neck . findings read.... there is overall normal bone mineralization. There is maintenance of vertebral height...

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It may be due to age factor. If you are having PAin in neck with radiating pain in upper limbs these all because of these. Vertigo and headache...

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I had a cervical spine xray with findings of loss of normal cervical lordosis with straightening. I a have degenerative changes most pronounce at...

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Degenerative changes including uncovertebral joint changes in the cervical spine are most commonly age related. These changes are nearly normal at...

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