Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the cervical spine revealed a loss of normal cervical lordosis
and mild degenerative changes of the intervertebral discs with a protrusion at the C5-C6 level.
5] found that children with skeletal class III showed a significantly lower angle of cervical lordosis
than those with class I and II.
Cages cervical interbody with additional anchoring system allowing for a smooth playback of cervical lordosis
after implantationGroup 10.
Torso cervical (cm) = linear measurement of cervical lordosis
9,10] In particular, the longus colli muscle has a major postural function in supporting the cervical lordosis
Plain cervical spine X-ray normal except for loss of cervical lordosis
Radiographs were reviewed for the following features: loss of cervical lordosis
, odontoid process erosion, anterior atlantoaxial subluxation, C1-C2 arthritis, atlantoaxial impaction, inflammation of disc, apophyseal joint arthritis, anterior ankylosis, apophyseal joint ankylosis, anterior and posterior subaxial subluxation and growth disturbances.
Inclusion criteria consisted of: (1) Consecutive or nonconsecutive multifocal (affecting more than three levels) spinal cord compression on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); (2) preoperative cervical lordosis
>10[degrees]; (3) clinical symptoms matching radiographic imaging and MRI; and (4) operated on by one of two appointed surgeons.
CT showed abolition of the physiological cervical lordosis
, bones, and joints without fracture and damage; spinal canal width was preserved and small hyperintensive areas in the spinal cord at the level of C1-C5 suggested bleeding.
An example might be a simultaneous deepening of lumbar lordosis and cervical lordosis
at the time of increase of thoracic kyphosis.
1) (29) as follows: the patient lay supine with a stabilizer pressure biofeedback unit under the suboccipital region that was inflated to 20 mmHg to fill the space of the cervical lordosis
Determining the relationship between cervical lordosis
and neck complaint.