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Spinal Osteophytosis

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  • Other contributory factors include coexisting spondylosis, a congenitally narrow canal, friction between cord and OPLL during neck movement and acute trauma [7].
  • There was no correlation between delta BMD and any of the lifestyle, muscle strength, dietary, or hormonal indices or with the severity of spinal osteophytosis [8].
  • The mean concentration of immunoreactive CRH in the cerebrospinal fluid of seven patients was 30.8 +/- 3.9 pg/ml (+/- SEM), which was higher than the value of 18.4 +/- 1.1 pg/ml (P less than 0.005) in control subjects with cervical spondylosis [9].
  • These findings indicate that the klotho gene may be a candidate for the genetic regulation of common age-related diseases like osteoporosis and spondylosis, and we provide the first evidence suggesting that this gene may be involved in the etiology of human diseases [10].
  • Most of these patients had cervical spondylosis or rheumatoid arthritis involving the cervical spine [11].

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