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M 67 pain and restriction of neck movements. normotensive, non diabetic.

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cervical spondylitis with fusion of c4,5. Physiotherapy

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Loss of cervical lordosis. 5th and 6th cervical disc space is reduced with maintained endplates. Osteophytes present at C5C6C7. Cervical spondylosis

Loss of cervical lordosis, paraspinal muscle spasm Osteophytosis Narrowing of IVD space between C5-6 and C6-7 Cervical spondylosis with degenerative changes and disc prolapse with root compression. Suggest MRI cervical spine

Xray shows minimal narrowing of C3-C4 and marked narrowing of C5-C6,C6-C7 disc spaces with osteophytosis suggest severe changes of cervical spondylosis.Treatment would be symptomatic and using collar bandage

Case of Cervical spondylosis. Decreased disc space at c5 c6. Traction to relieve compression. Ultrasound and Tens to relieve pain.. Neck isometrics encouraged. Advice neck care,advice proper posture .

Cervical spondylosis, obliterated cervical spine lordosis, osteophytes at C5-C6 level. AP view of x-ray shows rotation of upper cervical spine. Facet joint arthritic changes causing restricted movt at neck.

Loss of cervical lordosis Disc space is reduced at C5 and C6 Osteophytes present at C5 C6 C7 Cervical spondylosis

Cervical spondylitis orally given ME-PR BD , zeradol -SP BD cervical coller advice , calciferol pouch with milk weekly.

C5/6 and C6/7 degenerative disc disease Analgesics Muscle relaxants Gabapentin will help Soft cervical collar Physiotherapy

Cervical spondylosis, obliterated cervical spine vertebrae, osteophytes at C5-C6 level. AP view of x-ray shows rotation of upper cervical spine. Facet joint arthritic changes causing restricted movt.

5th and 6th cervical disc space is reduced Osteophytes present at C5 C6 C7 TREATMENT ---- TRACTION TENS -for radiating pain and ultrasound -for localised pain Neck isometric Stretching Gives ergonomic advise

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