cervical

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cervical

[′sər·və·kəl]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the neck, a necklike part, or the cervix of an organ.
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In this manuscript, we discuss the clinical signs of traumatic cervical syndrome which conform to the Quebec classification.
Although symptoms of traumatic cervical syndrome vary from patient to patient (Table 1), neck pain and cervical discomfort are typical symptoms [1].
Diagnoses in patients with a peripheral vestibular disorder (n = 121) Diagnosis n (%) Metabolic vestibular disorder 43 (35.5) Unilateral or bilateral reduced vestibular responses 33 (27.3) Meniere disease 16 (13.2) Cervical syndrome 9 (7.4) Perilymphatic fistula 7 (5.8) Trauma 3 (2.5) Delayed endolymphatic hydrops 2 (1.7) Autoimmune hearing loss 2 (1.7) Glomus tympanicus tumor 1 (0.8) McCabe syndrome 1 (0.8) Panic syndrome 1 (0.8) Benign paroxysmal postural vertigo 1 (0.8) Toxic labyrinthitis 1 (0.8) Sudden deafness and vertigo 1 (0.8) Table 4.
The better term to use to describe these injuries is traumatic cervical syndrome (TCS).
Also, many people who sustain traumatic cervical syndrome injuries seek their treatment from chiropractors.
Upper cervical syndrome: chiropractic diagnosis and treatment.