cervical disc syndrome

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cer·vi·cal disc syn·drome

pain, paresthesias, and sometimes weakness in the area of the distribution of one or more cervical roots, due to pressure of a protruded cervical intervertebral disc.

cer·vi·cal disc syn·drome

(sĕr'vi-kăl disk sin'drōm)
Pain, paresthesias, and sometimes weakness in the area of the distribution of one or more cervical roots, due to pressure of a protruded cervical intervertebral disc.

cervical disc syndrome

Neck and shoulder pain and loss of sensation resulting from protrusion of the pulpy centre of an INTERVERTEBRAL DISC in the neck region. The extruded nucleus pulposus presses on the spinal nerve roots.