uncovertebral

uncovertebral

 [un″ko-ver´tĕ-bral]
pertaining to the uncinate processes of a vertebra.

un·co·ver·te·bral

(ŭn'kō-ver'tĕ-brăl),
Pertaining to or affecting the uncinate process of a vertebra.

uncovertebral

adjective Referring to the uncinate process of a vertebral body.

un·co·ver·te·bral

(ŭn'kō-vĕr'tĕ-brăl)
Pertaining to or affecting the uncinate process of a vertebra.
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The connection or relation of the UP to inferior side of vertebrae constitudes the uncovertebral joints.
Cervical endoscopic versus open foraminotomy for uncovertebral lateral stenosis.
An MRI scan was undertaken which showed right-sided cervical foraminal stenosis (with uncovertebral and facet joint osteophytic changes at C3/4 and C4/5) (Figure 3).
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the cervical spine was positive for degenerative changes in the cervical spine, multilevel disc desiccation at C2-C5 without disc height loss, C2-C3 and C3-C4 disc bulge with uncovertebral joint hypertrophy and bilateral neural foraminal narrowing, and spinal canal stenosis (Figure 1(a)).
Radiographic studies indicated moderate osteopenia, mild degenerative disc disease from T4-T9, mild uncovertebral arthrosis at C5-C6 and a mild s-shaped thoracolumbar curve (<15 [degrees] Cobb angle) (See Figure 1).
Comparison of clinical and radiographic outcome in instrumented anterior cervical discectomy and fusion with or without direct uncovertebral joint decompression.
X rays showed no instability but demonstrated moderate degenerative disc disease at C5-C6 with uncovertebral hypertrophic spurring on the left at C5-C6.
Each segment of the subaxial spine allows for coupled rotation and lateral bending, due to the unique shape of the uncovertebral articulation and facet joints, which further increases the functional range of cervical motion.
For example Case 34 "Uncovertebral osteoarthrosis" provides clear clinical reasoning that results in a reasonable explanation for persistent migraine type headaches and a concurrent cervical spine source for neck pain also radiating into the head.
The uncovertebral joint was identified laterally on both sides, and right uncovertebral joint was resected completely with great care to avoid damage to the vertebral artery.
The cervical radiographs (Figures 1A, 1B, and 1C) revealed: 1) atlantodental space measured 6 mm, indicating anterior atlantoaxial subluxation and potential sagittal atlantoaxial instability, with borderline spinal stenosis at C1; 2) degenerative disc disease from C3-7 with central stenosis at C4 and C5; 3) moderate uncovertebral arthrosis at C3-4, C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7; 4) postural alterations; 5) moderate osteopenia; and 6) arteriosclerosis of aortic knob.