Spinal curvature

What is Spinal curvature?

Although spinal curvature (or curvature of spine) can refer to the normal concave and convex curvature of the spine, in clinical contexts, the phrase usually refers to deviations from the expected curvature, even when that difference is a reduction in curvature.

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I am 67 years old man.I am having mild back pain on right side of spinal curvature.Sonography findings are (i) simple cortical cyst right kidney...

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Hi,
Simple cortical cysts are very common after the age of 40 years. At your age, it is a normal finding. Small cysts do not cause any pain....

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I just got MRI report of my wife it says. My wife is suffering from back pain her MRI report says MR features are suggestive of the spinal...

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Welcome to HCM. Avoiding forward bending and lifting weights will help.Use of a custom made belt for spinal support while walking may be useful.Any...

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I have got my cervival spine x XXXXXXX done and there are prominent interior cevical vertebral body osteophytes noted at C5/C6 with corresponding...

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Cervical Denneroll will not help.

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Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.
The MRI findings are suggestive of cervical spondylosis...

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