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Cervical degenerative espondilopathy in post-menopausal women

Obstetrics & Gynecology International Journal
Edison Edgardo Romero Galván


Cervical syndromes comprise a set of clinical conditions that have pain (cervicalgia) in common, to which are added muscular, articular, neurological and even vascular manifestations, with cephalic (cervical cephalic syndrome) and brachial (cervical brachialgic syndrome) irradiations, whose The origin is degenerative spondylodiscopathy or cervical spondylosis. It is a very common entity with an incidence of 85% in people over 60 years of age and onset at an early age, with a high incidence in women. The most common etiology is degenerative: spondylo-disc-uncus-arthrosis constituting 90% of cases, the rest would be inflammatory, tumorous, septic and traumatic, being rare.


spondylopathy, discopathy, osteophytosis, spondylosis, Grit sign