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10 Possible Causes for Uncovertebral Joint Osteoarthritis

  • Aneurysm-Osteoarthritis Syndrome

    Phenotypic spectrum of the SMAD3-related aneurysms–osteoarthritis syndrome Ingrid M B H van de Laar 1 , Denise van der Linde 2 , Edwin H G Oei 3 , Pieter K Bos 4 , Johannes H Bessems 4 , Sita M Bierma-Zeinstra 5 , Belle L van Meer 4 , Gerard Pals 6 , Rogier A Oldenburg 1 , Jos A Bekkers 7 , Adriaan Moelker 3 ,[…][jmg.bmj.com]

  • Narrowness of Intervertebral Disc Space

    In the spine, therefore, osteoarthritis occurs in the apophyseal (facet) joints, the uncovertebral joints (cervical spine), the costovertebral joints, and the sacroiliac joints[rad.washington.edu] By definition, osteoarthritis occurs in a synovial joint.[rad.washington.edu] Any of the spinal synovial joints can be affected, including the facet and uncovertebral joints, the costovertebral joints, and the SI joints.[rad.washington.edu]

  • Lumbar Osteoarthritis

    In the spine, therefore, osteoarthritis occurs in the apophyseal (facet) joints, the uncovertebral joints (cervical spine), the costovertebral joints, and the sacroiliac joints[rad.washington.edu] By definition, osteoarthritis occurs in a synovial joint.[rad.washington.edu] Any of the spinal synovial joints can be affected, including the facet and uncovertebral joints, the costovertebral joints, and the SI joints.[rad.washington.edu]

  • Defects of the Axial Skeleton

    In the spine, therefore, osteoarthritis occurs in the apophyseal (facet) joints, the uncovertebral joints (cervical spine), the costovertebral joints, and the sacroiliac joints[rad.washington.edu] By definition, osteoarthritis occurs in a synovial joint.[rad.washington.edu] Any of the spinal synovial joints can be affected, including the facet and uncovertebral joints, the costovertebral joints, and the SI joints.[rad.washington.edu]

  • Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

    Watch: Cervical Facet Osteoarthritis Video Common Degeneration Location: Joints of Luschka The joints of Luschka, also called uncovertebral joints, are small joints located[spine-health.com] See Cervical Osteoarthritis Symptoms Rarely requiring surgery (such as when there is a vertebral fracture in the neck), cervical osteoarthritis is typically treated via rest[spine-health.com]

  • Cervical Spine Fracture

    Watch: Cervical Facet Osteoarthritis Video Common Degeneration Location: Joints of Luschka The joints of Luschka, also called uncovertebral joints, are small joints located[spine-health.com] See Cervical Osteoarthritis Symptoms Rarely requiring surgery (such as when there is a vertebral fracture in the neck), cervical osteoarthritis is typically treated via rest[spine-health.com]

  • Cervical Spine Disease

    Spurring at uncovertebral joint (posterior foramen) compresses Sensory Nerve roots Spurring at facet joints (anterior foramen) compresses Motor Nerve roots Hard disc lesion[fpnotebook.com] […] well as Ataxia , urine changes Chronic Cervical Disc Disease (older patients, majority of patients) See Cervical Spine Anatomy Cervical Spine degeneration associated with Osteoarthritis[fpnotebook.com]

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 2008; 31(3): 184-190 Hartman J, Anatomy and Clinical Significance of the Uncinate Process and Uncovertebral Joint: A[physio-pedia.com] Surgical Treatment of Cervical Osteoarthritis.[physio-pedia.com] Postural control in people with osteoarthritis of the cervical spine.[physio-pedia.com]

  • Congenital Stenosis of the Cervical Spinal Canal

    Posterior Longitudinal Ligament and Hypertrophic Uncovertebral Joints) that result (either alone or in combination) in significant Spinal Cord or Nerve Root compression,[neurosurgerydallas.com] For many years, and even at the present time for most patients, the "best" form of surgical therapy for Herniated Disc and/or Degenerative Cervical Osteoarthritis (Spurs/Calcified[neurosurgerydallas.com]

  • Radiculopathy

    […] most commonly at the facet joints or uncovertebral joints. 3 In 22% of cases, nerve compression occurs as a result of disk herniation. 2 Nerve impingement occurs more rarely[aafp.org] C 1 , 38 , 42 The underlying pathology is typically degenerative, including spondylosis and disk herniation. 2 Osteoarthritis in these conditions causes bony hypertrophy,[aafp.org]

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