spondylosis


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spon·dy·lo·sis

 (spŏn′dl-ō′sĭs)
n.
Degeneration of the spinal column, especially that resulting in abnormal fusion and immobilization of the vertebral bones.

[Greek sphondulos, spondulos, vertebra + -osis.]

spondylosis

(ˌspɒndɪˈləʊsɪs)
n
fusion of the vertebrae
[C20: from New Latin, from Greek spondulos vertebra; see -osis]

spon•dy•lo•sis

(ˌspɒn dlˈoʊ sɪs)

n.
immobility and fusion of vertebral joints.
[1895–1900; < Greek spóndyl(os) vertebra + -osis]
Translations

spon·dy·lo·sis

n. espondilosis.
1. anquilosis vertebral;
2. toda lesión degenerativa de la columna vertebral.

spondylosis

n espondilosis f
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Dr Arnulfo Lopez, a clinical psychologist, told the Sandiganbayan that Arroyo's continuous hospital confinement while undergoing trial deprives her of emotional, family, and spiritual support that she needs to be healed from her cervical spondylosis, a bone and neck cartilage disease.
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funded It was not disputed that McEntee had suffered medical complaints including osteoarthritis, cervical Menary spondylosis and depression - but the extent as to how it affected his daily activities was "deliberately exaggerated".
About two years ago Zook lost the use of his legs after they became weak due to spondylosis which affected his bones and pinched his spinal cord.
Figure 1A shows a lateral cervical radiograph done at first presentation, which showed interval development of mild anterior subluxation of C5 over C6 (involving approximately 25% of the vertebral width), reduced C5-6 intervertebral disc space, disruption, and distraction of the normal facet joint alignment and widening of the interspinous distance; these were new findings in relation to a prior study performed for cervical spondylosis one year ago (Figure 1B).
After the contest, Vijay spoke about the excruciating pain due to spondylosis in his neck and how the surgery had to be postponed till the end of the Asian Games.
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Hillyer's own pain comes from spondylosis, a degenerative arthritis of the spinal column.