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Cervical Canal Stenosis

The disk degenerates, it loses water content. So as we age, our disks dry out and weaken, which causes the disk space around our vertebrae to collapse. As this collapse takes place, weight and extra pressure is put on our joints behind the spinal cord and the tunnel that our spinal nerves exit through becomes smaller.

Large cervical cartilage threatens with quadriplegia and needs urgent surgery

Cervical canal stenosis: symptoms and methods of treatment

Cervical disc prolapse: symptoms, when it is dangerous and treatment options

The difference between lumbar and cervical canal stenosis in symptoms

Symptoms of cervical canal stenosis

the difference between lumbar, dorsal and cervical disc prolapse regarding symptoms

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