What is uncinate process hypertrophy?

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Uncinate Process of the Cervical Vertebra. Cervical uncinate process is similar to that of the pancreas. The structure is quite similar, except the location. It's a hook shaped process that projects from the lateral border or the side edges of the
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well, i took anatomy and physiology for 2 semesters. i'm no med student, but i can break down each of these words for you. uncinate - a hook shape. foramen - is a hole. you have these
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