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What is a uncovertebral joint?

The uncovertebral joint is also known as the Luschka's joint. These  are bone spurs that occur when the third through seventh cervical  vertebrae meet.

What symptoms would be caused by a small posterior midline disk herniation at c5 and 6 With a mild narrowing of the left neural foramen at this level secondary to uncinate process hypertrophy?

  Many patients with back pain, leg pain, or weakness of the lower extremity muscles are diagnosed with a herniated disc. When a disc herniation occurs, the cushion that s (MORE)

What is a uncovertebral joint osteophyte formation?

Uncovertebral joints, which are smaller joints out to the side where the vertebra normally approximate one other so they're further out laterally. This is a reasonably complex (MORE)

What is facet hypertrophy and uncovertebral hypertrophy?

Facet hypertrophy is when the spine's facet joints enlarge and  degenerate causing stiffness, discomfort, pain, mobility issues, or  hunched back. Unconvertebral hypertrophy (MORE)