Disc Osteophyte Complex?

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A broad based disc osteophyte complex is a spinal cord condition. This condition is caused by bone spurs. The spurs develop on the vertebrae or discs. A broad based would be a large area having this condition.
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There's an extra bit of bone - the kind of thing that happens as we age. It's not shaped like a toothpick but is wide at its base. It is in the back of the soft tissue between C5
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This means that some degenerative process has started with osteophytes
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Obesity is a risk factor in the development of spine issues such as disc osteophyte complex. Older people are more at risk of disc osteophyte complex, which typically begins with
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This just means that in the lower part of your neck, two of your spinal discs are bulging out a tiny bit further than the edge of the bone (vertebrae) This is sometimes called a disc
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