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  • Spinous Process Fracture

    […] second cervical vertebra S12.2- Fracture of third cervical vertebra S12.3- Fracture of fourth cervical vertebra S12.4- Fracture of fifth cervical vertebra S12.5- Fracture of sixth[] , subcortical bone above the inferior margin of the midspinous process, and the midspinous process.[] Insufficiency fracture of the spinous process of C 7 vertebra - A case report.[] The pars is part of that connection between two levels (between the superior and inferior articular process).[] Abstract Fractures of isolated spinous processes of cervical and thoracic vertebrae are called as Clay shoveler's fracture.[] The vast majority of patients presenting with a concussion do not require any imaging – and do not have any structural abnormalities.[] The posterior elements include the spinous process and the facet joints (also called the articular processes).[]

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  • Spinal Trauma

    Neurogenic shock is seen in SCI affecting the sixth thoracic vertebrae or above, typically occurring within 30 minutes of cord damage and lasting six to eight weeks following[] Rotation Fracture Pattern Transverse process fracture: caused by extreme rotation or sideways bending.[] To that end, a spinal fracture refers to one or more broken vertebrae. A spinal dislocation occurs when one or more vertebrae are forced out of place.[] Wyke BD: Articular Neurology and Manipulative Therapy.[] MR imaging provides information on these structures not obtained from other modalities.[] Less common are spinal instability, a structural weakening of the spine, and neurological disability.[] Depending on the location of the fracture, the damaged structures can injure the spinal cord or spinal nerves nerves that lead to pain in the arms or legs, or affect the bowel[]

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  • Radiculopathy

    […] compressed) that typically causes pain, numbness, or weakness in the part of the body which is supplied with nerves from that root …a compression radiculopathy of the left sixth[] CONCLUSIONS: Laser-evoked potential habituation is reduced in painful radiculopathy patients, which indicates an abnormal central pain processing.[] Discs located in between the vertebrae act as "shock absorbers," preventing the vertebrae from rubbing together.[] DIAGNOSES: In the 2 cases, the postoperative computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance image (MRI) showed obvious upward movement of the superior articular process,[] Abstract Objective: To access the effectiveness and safety of cervical spine manipulation for cervical radiculopathy.[] Similarly, patients with femoral nerve pain present with foraminal stenosis at the concavity of the caudal fractional curve when the main structural curve is thoracic, thoracolumbar[] The data were obtained before treatment (W0), the second week immediately after treatment (W2), and at the sixth week (W6).[]

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  • Cervical Spine Fracture

    […] second cervical vertebra S12.2- Fracture of third cervical vertebra S12.3- Fracture of fourth cervical vertebra S12.4- Fracture of fifth cervical vertebra S12.5- Fracture of sixth[] […] probably is due to contusion and stretch of the nerve trunk against the ridge of the petrous bone and the rigid dural hole of entrance in the extradural space at the basilar process[] C1 - Atlas  No body  2 articular pillars  Flat articular surface  Vertebral artery foramen  2 arches  Anterior  Posterior Vertebral artery groove 3.[] Abstract Rupture of the cervical esophagus and trachea secondary to cervical spine fracture-dislocation occurs rarely.[] Structure and function Cervical spine fractures are typically classified into two groups according to their distinct anatomies: upper cervical spine (including the occiput[] The patient was placed in halo traction, and subsequent radiographs revealed a fracture of the transverse process of C-7. The patient made an uneventful recovery.[] A transverse fracture through the spinous process of C6 and narrowed C6 disk space was noted on plain film radiographs.[]

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  • Cervical Herniated Disc

    On the sixth visit, he developed pain immediately after treatment which became severe and was accompanied by numbness in his arm.[] Posterior Cervical Laminotomy The spinous process and lamina are removed to decrease pressure on the spinal cord.[] Over time, structural integrity of the discs, as well as the vertebrae becomes compromised and more prone to injury.[] Management of muscular pain associated with articular dysfunction. Man Med 1991; 6(4):140-142. Farmer JC, Wisneski RJ.[] This movement, theoretically, reduces degenerative articular disease in the levels adjacent to the operated level.[] The cervical fifth and sixth C5-C6 and cervical sixth and seventh C6-C7 levels have the highest rate of disc degeneration and herniation.[] Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is part of the natural process of growing older.[]

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  • Cervical Spondylosis

    […] the clinical and radiological parameters, we formulated a combined model with five risk factors: gender, mouth opening, atlanto-occipital gap, the angle from the second to sixth[] A critical part of the development of spondylosis is dehydration of the cervical tissues as part of the ageing process.[] The 3D motions of adjacent vertebra were represented with 6 degrees of freedom by Euler angles and translations on the coordinate system.[] Computed tomography (CT) angiography revealed the right VA compression by the right C5 superior articular process osteophytes.[] Cervical spondylosis is chronic cervical disc degeneration with herniation of disc material, calcification and osteophytic outgrowths.[] […] delineation rate for each anatomical structure by DES compared to the conventional method between both groups.[] Similarly, adjusting the position of your computer or television screen is important so as not to damage your articular cartilage.[]

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  • Osteophyte

    CASE DESCRIPTION: A 69-year-old male developed symptomatic vertebral artery stenosis secondary to an osteophyte arising from the superior facet of the sixth cervical vertebra[] Unroofing of the anterior root of the right C4 transverse foramen, removal of the osteophyte at the superior articular process of C5, and anterior fusion at C4-5 were performed[] In this article, we present a case of RAD caused by lumbar vertebra osteophyte in a patient with degenerative scoliosis and discuss the management of the disease.[] Here, this feature will be emphasized and intra-articular OOs will be discussed, with a review of the literature.[] Abstract Although cervical spondylosis is a common disorder, dysphagia induced by osteophyte formation is uncommon.[] OBJECTIVES: The aim of this prospective cohort study was to examine whether MRI-detected osteoarthritis (OA)-structural changes at baseline could predict knee OA patients[] Degenerative changes to normal vital tissue begin in early adulthood, but usually this slow process does not present with nervous system compression until we are in our sixth[]

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  • Spinal Stenosis

    The common site for this is mainly the fifth, sixth and the seventh cervical vertebraes.[] More: About Spinal Fusion Interspinous Process Spacer An interspinous spacer can be an option to relieve the symptoms of spinal stenosis.[] Most adults have 7 vertebrae in the neck (the cervical vertebrae), 12 from the shoulders to the waist (the thoracic vertebrae), and 5 in the lower back (the lumbar vertebrae[] The most lateral fibers extend beyond the superior articular process to the pedicle below.[] […] neural foraman Osseous and subluxation stenosis of cervical intervertebral foramina Spinal stenosis in cervical region without myelopathy Spinal stenosis of cervical spine[] : An endoscopic, endonasal approach is feasible for the surgical management of cranio-vertebral junction stenosis; such an approach minimises surgical trauma to critical structures[] "As a rule, spinal stenosis is relatively rare in patients younger than the fifth or sixth decade of life," Young told Live Science.[]

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  • Facet Joint Syndrome

    It is part of the aging process. While you can’t prevent this process, there are things you can do slow the progression.[] vertebra does not affect their incidence [ 5 , 8 , 9 ].[] Intra-articular injection is one of the most common treatment methods in the early clinical application.[] PURPOSE: Cervical facet joint (CFJ) syndrome is a common disorder observed in chronic pain of the cervical region, especially in long-standing myofascial pain syndrome (MPS[] However, the main thrust of our approach is to treat the underlying structural disorder with strengthening of the back muscles and correction of postural abnormalities responsible[] It is actually called "referred pain," as the brain has trouble localizing these internal structures.[] They are well-nerved and are subject to degenerative processes as an element of the spine.[]

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  • Spinal Fractures

    Dan Martin pushed through the pain barrier to finish the Tour de France with spinal fractures Martin finished sixth overall – his highest ever Grand Tour placing – four minutes[] CONCLUSIONS: Among the recreational snowboarders, isolated transverse process fracture in the lumbar spine was the most frequent spinal fracture.[] In this procedure, the surgeon inserts a catheter into the compressed vertebra.[] The posterior elements include the spinous process and the facet joints (also called the articular processes).[] […] region and the relationship between the TCSF and cervical spinal cord injury is rare.[] Functional outcome was determined following the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, measuring restrictions in body function and structure,[] The minor injuries represented by fractures of transverse processes, articular processes, pars interarticularis, and spinous processes involve only a part of the posterior[]

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