He said that he also suffers from cardiac problems, disc prolapse, cervical spondylosis and has been diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy.
What does C/S stand for?
C/S stands for Cervical Spondylosis
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Cervical spondylosis, which once affected only people over the age of 40 is now common in those in their 20s.
Mr Athey was a police officer before his accident in 1990 and he has been diagnosed with cervical spondylosis, a condition that affects the neck.
Frozen shoulder can also be initiated and aggravated by the presence of cervical spondylosis, impingement syndrome, trauma etc," he added.
Cervical spondylosis, which is arthritis in the neck.
In spite of it's large clinical use, published evidences of the efficacy of eperisone are limited to the treatment of patients with myelopathy or tropical spastic paraparesis (11), neurogenic bladder (12), increased muscular tone after stroke (13), and muscle cramps from liver diseases (14); in addition, a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial has shown a clear benefit of eperisone on pain in the nuchal region, back pain, pain in arms and shoulders, stiffness and other symptoms in patients with cervical spondylosis (15).
It is not clear whether prescribed painkillers taken by Ruth, who was diagnosed with cervical spondylosis - degeneration of the vertebrae and discs in the neck region - four years ago, may have had an accumulative effect.
This premier issue featured clinical articles on patients with cervical spondylosis, percutaneous cordotomy, hyperirritable carotid sinus mechanism, and traumatic head injury.