What Is Retrolisthesis of the Cervical Spine?


Retrolisthesis of the Cervical Spine is a condition in which a vertebra slides backwards on top of another one. It is a common condition among the elderly and treatments vary depending on how severe the condition is.
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Retrolisthesis of the cervical spine is the displacement of the vertebral body. Specifically, it is a posterior displacement. The types of the displacement are complete, stair-stepped and partial.
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Significance The cervical spine starts at the base of the skull and includes seven vertebrae and eight pair of spinal nerves. It protects the spinal cord, supports the skull and controls
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The cervical spine begins at the base of the skull. 7 vertebrae make up the cervical
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