cervical nerve

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any of eight pairs of spinal nerves emerging from the cervical section of the spinal cord

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contralateral c-7,' 'contralateral c7,' 'c7 nerve root,' and 'seventh cervical nerve root') were used.
Avulsion injury of cervical nerve roots: enhanced intradural nerve roots at MR imaging.
Complications of fluoroscopically guided extraforaminal cervical nerve blocks.
To date, only a few studies have examined the role of ultrasound imaging in the selective blocking of the cervical nerve plexus (2-4).
Given the location of the tumor in the floor of the neck, it likely originated from a cervical nerve.
A cervical nerve damaged during infancy hampered my physical capabilities.
If not promptly relieved, shoulder dystocia can result in stretching and avulsion of the cervical nerve root in the child's brachial plexus, the undisputed cause of the child's injury in this case.
Craig Wolff performed surgery on Allen that included a "cervical foramenoplasty" and laminotomy at C-6/C-7 along with cervical nerve decompression.
The initial work-up should include a cranial and cervical nerve screen, assessment of mandibular range of motion, and a dental exam.
Brain tumors are believed to cause headaches as a result of traction on the large blood vessels and dura, as well as direct pressure on cranial and cervical nerve fibers by tumor, Dr.
Upper cervical nerve dysfunction could lead to changes in sensation and or strength.