What are uncovertebral joints?

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In anatomy, uncovertebral are formed between uncinate processes above, and uncus below. The joints are located in the cervical region of vertebral column between C3 and C6. It allows for flexion, extension and limit lateral flexion in the cervical spine.
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could it be cause by injuries.
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Not Medical Advice: According to sources, uncovertebral hypertrophy is a condition where the cartilage structures of the spine grow larger than they should, putting pressure on the
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I'm guessing you're having pain in your back and/or arms/legs, and they took an image such as MRI of your entire spine to see why. or you have a known cancer such as in the breast
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Yes it does. but it is my belief that i was a little loopy at work today on it, so the darvocet might have been a little too much drama. its probably best to take ibuprofen.
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Also called Luschka's joints, the uncovertebral joints are located in the cervical spine, specifically between C3 and C6, where they both aid and limit flexion ...
A bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy is a type of disorder of the spine. It is somewhat similar to sclerosis. The condition causes a narrowing in parts of the ...
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