What Is Bilateral Uncovertebral Hypertrophy?

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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 spine that can cause pain.
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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 ...
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