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Loss of Cervical Lordosis

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I have recently undergone X-Ray for Cervical Spine (AP/LAT) and the result shows Loss of Cervical Lordosis, Spinal Curvature is straight. please explain
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replied April 15th, 2009
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Lordosis describes the normal curve in the cervical and lumbar areas of the spine it is convex at the front an exessive curve or a reduced curve indicates there are mechanical problems with your spine that could possibly accelerate the normal degenerative process that occours in peoples spines as they age.
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